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Using dozens of elephants to save rhinos

Stories | Sep 27, 2017

The greater one-horned rhino is the largest of the rhino species. Rhino populations were severely depleted across the northern part of the Indian sub-continent as they were hunted for sport and killed as agricultural pests. Now with the help of the WWF and a parade of elephants, Nepal’s Greater One-Horned Rhinos are moving from Chitwan National Park, to Bardia National Park in order to establish new breeding populations.

Watch the video above to learn more.

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