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Flood misery grips national sanctuaries

Caught in brimful misery, forest officials in the flood-hit Kaziranga national park have been trying their best to save wildlife severely after the entire sanctuary came under the flash flood. According to Kaziranga National Park authorities, about 80 per cent of the park falling in Golaghat district have been submerged. Same it is in the Pabitora wildlife sanctuary in Morigaon district. Flood waters have not spared the Manas National Park located in Barpeta district. The animals have shifted to the highlands to get rid of the devastating floods that wreaked havoc in the entire state.

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