The floods in Assam have displaced many animals at the Kaziranga National Park. Rescuers and wildlife officials have been working to rescue these animals.
A small family of flood victim hog deer crossing the inundated paddy field towards the highlands of Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong landscape during Kaziranga flood.
Rescued injured hog deer is being treated at CWRC clinics by the wildlife veterinarian.
Rescued hog deer being released in the wild during Kaziranga flood.
A sub- adult tigress, that took shelter at a house hold near Deopani area attached to Kaziranga National Park was rescued by the joint team of CWRC & Kaziranga NP. The tigress was released in the wilderness of Kaziranga after necessary observation period is over.