The Manas National Park in Assam on Monday received four rhinos, in the first translocation from Kaziranga, which has the largest population of one-horned rhinos in the world.

Three females and a male — translocated under the Indian Rhino Vision 2020 programme — were released in Manas around 7 a.m. “They are doing fine,” P.K. Brahma, Range Officer, Manas National Park told The Hindu . The total number of rhinos it has received has now gone up to 16, including 14 translocated ones.

Around 3.30pm today, a convoy of four trucks left Kaziranga National Park taking two one-horned female rhinos with their calves to an alien land far away from Kaziranga, considered the home of this

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GUWAHATI, Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is no longer in the list of World Heritage Sites in Danger.

GUWAHATI, July 31 – With the World Heritage site status restored, the Manas National Park is on an upgrade drive vis-à-vis its area, wildlife, infrastructure, management, tourism, and community par

Guwahati, July 3: Manas National Park, which recently shed its world heritage site in danger tag, will now work towards an integrated ecosystem-based monitoring of its wildlife population that will allow continuous observation and documentation of a wide range of flora and fauna.

The integrated approach was recommended by the IUCN/Unesco World Heritage monitoring mission, which presented its re