Tigers, wild animals search for shelter in flood-ravaged Kaziranga | See pictures

Kaziranga: A sub-adult tiger entered inside a goat shed, due to the rise of water to find a safe escape in Kandolimari Village, Agratoli Forest Range on Monday.

A tiger strays away from flooded areas in Kaziranga looking for a safer highland

In another instance, on Tuesday, two tigers strayed out from Kaziranga National Park to Baghmari village area. One is driven towards Karbi Anglong and reached safely. Another one is taking rest near the NH 37.

Bengal Florican Adult Male rescued by Forest staffs

Also, a Bengal Florican adult male was rescued by staff near Bogoriati camp, Biswanath Wildlife Division of Kaziranga National Park.

As per a forest report, out of the 223 forest camps in Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, Biswanath Wildlife Division and Nagaon Wildlife Division, a total number of 173 camps have been inundated till date, whereas, 14 camps were vacated amid the rise in water level due to flood situation in the state.

Hog deers look for a safer place amid floods

Meanwhile, the water level trend in the last 4 days reports below the danger level at Pasighat and Dibrugarh, whereas, the water level at Nimatighat, Numaligarh, Dhansirimukh and Tezpur are still above the danger level.

Death reports of the animals: so far 86 hog deer, 1 Swamp Deer, 1 Rhino, 10 Python, 1 Tiger, 3 Turtle has died in the floods.

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Kaziranga Floods: 173 camps inundated, 14 camps vacated

51 wild animals die, 102 animals rescued by the Forest Official/CWRC team

Kaziranga: As many as 51 wild animals died and a total of 102 animals have been rescued by the Forest Official/CWRC team and local people at Kaziranga National Park during floods this year, according to a report by the forest department.

As per a forest report, out of the 223 forest camps in Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, Biswanath Wildlife Division and Nagaon Wildlife Division, a total number of 173 camps have been inundated till date, whereas, 14 camps were vacated.

Meanwhile, water level trend in the last 4 days reports below the danger level at Pasighat and Dibrugarh, whereas, the water level at Nimatighat, Numaligarh, Dhansirimukh and Tezpur are still above the danger level.

Death reports of the animals: so far 86 hog deer, 1 Swamp Deer, 1 Rhino, 10 Python, 1 Tiger, 3 Turtle has died in the floods.

Also Read: Assam Floods: 41 wild animals die, 48 rescued in Kaziranga National Park