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Extinct Indian One-Horn Rhino
Extinct Indian One-Horn Rhino

Neel Malhotra
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Today we lost the last surviving northern white rhino and with that another species of animal has been extinct from earth. The same may be the case with our rare Indian one horned Rhino. Why our wildlife is continuously under increasing threat even after so many attempts to preserve it?

Posted On : 05/22/18 5:05:03 AM

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Aman Saxena
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Neel Malhotra, you must be unaware but the recovery of the Indian one-horned Rhino is among the greatest conservation success stories in Asia.

Posted On : 05/23/18 4:55:11 AM

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Rasika Chopra
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How many One-horn Rhinos are there in India?

Posted On : 05/23/18 5:06:29 AM

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Posted By : Rasika Chopra    Posted On : 05/23/18 5:06:29 AM  Go

How many One-horn Rhinos are there in India?..


More than 2,300 greater one-horned rhinos roam Kaziranga`s wetlands and grasslands representing nearly 70 percent of all the wild rhinos left in India and Nepal.

Posted On : 05/28/18 5:24:58 AM

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