Male rhino dies in Chitwan

2, Nov 2020 |

Yet another death of rhino recorded in Chitwan. 



A male rhino died at the Lamichaur area of Chitwan National Park on Sunday. According to the Chief Conservation Officer of Chitwan National Park Ananath Baral, the rhino of around 30 to 35 years died of old age. The horn and hoof of the dead rhino are kept safely. 

With this, nine rhinos died of natural causes so far in this fiscal year. Last year, a total of 26 rhinos had died of natural causes. With the increased number of deaths due to natural causes, the National Park has formed a committee to study the deaths of the endangered animal.


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