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Body of rhinoceros showed flowing in Gandak river in Bagaha: VTR forest worker and Chitwan Forest Department officials gathered in rescue

Body of rhinoceros showed flowing in Gandak river in Bagaha: VTR forest worker and Chitwan Forest Department officials gathered in rescue

The continuous rains in the water acquisition areas of Nepal are now becoming a disaster for wild animals. The Terai areas of Nepal have been receiving heavy rains for three consecutive days. Due to which water has started filling in Chitwan of Nepal. The wildlife of Chitwan Rashtriya Nikunj is also distressed due to heavy rains. This is the reason that an adult rhinoceros from the forest of Nepal has flowed into the Gandak river in a dead condition on Thursday evening. Which got stuck on gate number 10 of Gandak Barrage. People going to Nepal All India via Barrage saw the rhinoceros. Whose information was given to SSB. SSB personnel made so much to the forest department. Here Nepal officials were informed about the unicorn in the Gandak river. After which preparations were being made for the rhinoceros rescue. But due to high water pressure, the Gandak went into the downstream of the Gandak river. At present, the rhinoceros has not been detected. Gede is being searched by the forest department. However, Valmiki Tiger Reserve does not have rhinoceros. Sometimes Chitwan wanders from Nikunj and reaches Gonda in VTR. In this regard, Ranger Robin Anand, in -charge of VTR forest area, said that the rhinoceros fell into the river in order to drink rhino water due to continuous rains in the mountainous areas of the neighboring country Nepal. would have gone . Due to which he has died, the case is being investigated. Along with this, the team has been deployed for the rescue of the rhinoceros. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 1:59 pm
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