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Rhino census ends in Kaziranga

A team of experts from the Wildlife Institute of India, National Tiger Conservation Authority, ministry of environment and forests is continuing rhino census in the Kaziranga National Park on Friday.

KNP park officials told Assam Times that the results are expected to be available on Mach 29.

The officials told Assam Times that they are sure that the census would give them a ray of hope. They expect that the rhino population would be encouraging like never before despite being riddled by poaching incidents.

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