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Tragic Discovery in Kaziranga: Female Rhinoceros Found Dead, Suspected Tiger Attack

In a heartbreaking incident, the lifeless body of a female rhinoceros was discovered in the Kohora forest range of the renowned Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve on a somber Saturday.

Preliminary reports strongly suggest that the cause of the rhinoceros’s demise could be attributed to a tiger attack, shedding light on the complex dynamics between these formidable species within the park’s ecosystem.

The location of the tragic discovery was near Mona Beel, situated under the Kohora Range, a once vibrant part of the park that now bears witness to this unfortunate incident. Kaziranga, celebrated for its conservation efforts, is home to a significant population of Indian one-horned rhinoceroses, making such occurrences particularly distressing for wildlife enthusiasts and conservationists alike

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