Kaziranga
Jerry Redfern
Morning jostles Assam, prodding people and animals to a new day. Parakeets shriek from treetops while villagers stoke their breakfast fires. Deer feed silently in the brush as storks and adjutants rise on warming air. The sun creeps slowly over fields and hills, illuminating layers of lifting fog. Kaziranga National Park skitters to life. Kaziranga is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.

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  • Elephants carrying tourists march in a line across the grasslands of Kaziranga National Park amid the mists of the early morning. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Elephants carrying tourists march in a line across the grasslands of Kaziranga National Park amid the mists of the early morning. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: Elephants carrying tourists march in a line across the grasslands of Kaziranga National Park amid the mists of the early morning. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A rare Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) looks up from inside a stand of two-meter-tall elephant grass at tourists traveling on elephant back through Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A rare Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) looks up from inside a stand of two-meter-tall elephant grass at tourists traveling on elephant back through Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A rare Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) looks up from inside a stand of two-meter-tall elephant grass at tourists traveling on elephant back through Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Tourists riding elephant-back take photos of animals in Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Tourists riding elephant-back take photos of animals in Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: Tourists riding elephant-back take photos of animals in Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Swamp deer (Cervus duvaucelii), also known as Barasingha, gather in the first light in the park. The species is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Vulnerable Species, and Kaziranga is one of the animal's last remaining habitats. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Swamp deer (Cervus duvaucelii), also known as Barasingha, gather in the first light in the park. The species is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Vulnerable Species, and Kaziranga is one of the animal's last remaining habitats. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: Swamp deer (Cervus duvaucelii), also known as Barasingha, gather in the first light in the park. The species is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Vulnerable Species, and Kaziranga is one of the animal's last remaining habitats. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Tourists looks on as the Himalayas are lit by the rising sun as it rises above the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, as seen from inside Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Tourists looks on as the Himalayas are lit by the rising sun as it rises above the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, as seen from inside Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: Tourists looks on as the Himalayas are lit by the rising sun as it rises above the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, as seen from inside Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A flock of Rose-Ringed Parakeets (Psittacula krameri) flies above Kaziranga National Park as the sun rises. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A flock of Rose-Ringed Parakeets (Psittacula krameri) flies above Kaziranga National Park as the sun rises. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: A flock of Rose-Ringed Parakeets (Psittacula krameri) flies above Kaziranga National Park as the sun rises. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A mother and child Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) walk through a stand of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A mother and child Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) walk through a stand of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: A mother and child Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) walk through a stand of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A one-horned rhinoceros skull at a guard house in the middle of Kaziranga National Park. The skull was found by park rangers on the carcass of a rhino that had died of natural causes. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A one-horned rhinoceros skull at a guard house in the middle of Kaziranga National Park. The skull was found by park rangers on the carcass of a rhino that had died of natural causes. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 23/11/2007: A one-horned rhinoceros skull at a guard house in the middle of Kaziranga National Park. The skull was found by park rangers on the carcass of a rhino that had died of natural causes. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A guard named Bourn Gogi stands beneath a tree that was clawed by a wild tiger several feet above his head earlier in the day. Nearly 90 tigers live in the park, though they are almost never seen. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A guard named Bourn Gogi stands beneath a tree that was clawed by a wild tiger several feet above his head earlier in the day. Nearly 90 tigers live in the park, though they are almost never seen. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A guard named Bourn Gogi stands beneath a tree that was clawed by a wild tiger several feet above his head earlier in the day. Nearly 90 tigers live in the park, though they are almost never seen. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A mahout rides a bull elephant that normally carries tourists on morning trips through Kaziranga Natinal Park: it didn't this day as it was in musth. The mahout has traced designs on the elephant's head with water from the morning dew.  Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A mahout rides a bull elephant that normally carries tourists on morning trips through Kaziranga Natinal Park: it didn't this day as it was in musth. The mahout has traced designs on the elephant's head with water from the morning dew.  Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A mahout rides a bull elephant that normally carries tourists on morning trips through Kaziranga Natinal Park: it didn't this day as it was in musth. The mahout has traced designs on the elephant's head with water from the morning dew. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • An adult female Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) feeds on elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
An adult female Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) feeds on elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: An adult female Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) feeds on elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A pair of female Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) feed on elephant grass along a creek. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A pair of female Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) feed on elephant grass along a creek. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 23/11/2007: A pair of female Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) feed on elephant grass along a creek. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • An Asian Elephant calf (Elephas maximus) crosses a dirt road in Kaziranga National Park.  Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
An Asian Elephant calf (Elephas maximus) crosses a dirt road in Kaziranga National Park.  Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 23/11/2007: An Asian Elephant calf (Elephas maximus) crosses a dirt road in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • An Asian Openbill Stork (Anastomus oscitans) fluffs its feathers while perched in a dead tree in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
An Asian Openbill Stork (Anastomus oscitans) fluffs its feathers while perched in a dead tree in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: An Asian Openbill Stork (Anastomus oscitans) fluffs its feathers while perched in a dead tree in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus) flies low over Kaziranga National Park as night falls. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus) flies low over Kaziranga National Park as night falls. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus) flies low over Kaziranga National Park as night falls. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A male stonechat (Saxicola Torquata) perches on a blade of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A male stonechat (Saxicola Torquata) perches on a blade of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A male stonechat (Saxicola Torquata) perches on a blade of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A wild Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) crosses the road in Kaziranga National Park. These birds are believed to be the forebears of the modern domestic chicken. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A wild Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) crosses the road in Kaziranga National Park. These birds are believed to be the forebears of the modern domestic chicken. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A wild Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) crosses the road in Kaziranga National Park. These birds are believed to be the forebears of the modern domestic chicken. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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  • Mynah birds perch atop a rare Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) as it feeds in a marsh in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Mynah birds perch atop a rare Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) as it feeds in a marsh in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: Mynah birds perch atop a rare Great One-horned Rhinoceros (Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis) as it feeds in a marsh in Kaziranga National Park. The rhino is an endangered species as noted on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A hog deer (Axis porcinus) pokes its head out from a clump of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A hog deer (Axis porcinus) pokes its head out from a clump of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A hog deer (Axis porcinus) pokes its head out from a clump of elephant grass in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Tourists riding elephant-back ride through Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw.  Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Tourists riding elephant-back ride through Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw.  Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: Tourists riding elephant-back ride through Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Tourists riding elephant-back take photos of animals in Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Tourists riding elephant-back take photos of animals in Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: Tourists riding elephant-back take photos of animals in Kaziranga National Park. These early-morning elephant rides are a popular tourist draw. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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  • A driver, park ranger and guide push a tourist jeep out of a mud bog while touring through Kaziranga National Park. All visitors to the park must travel by either jeep or elephant back due to the danger posed by rhinos, elephants and tigers. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A driver, park ranger and guide push a tourist jeep out of a mud bog while touring through Kaziranga National Park. All visitors to the park must travel by either jeep or elephant back due to the danger posed by rhinos, elephants and tigers. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: A driver, park ranger and guide push a tourist jeep out of a mud bog while touring through Kaziranga National Park. All visitors to the park must travel by either jeep or elephant back due to the danger posed by rhinos, elephants and tigers. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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  • Armed park guards patrol a road in the middle of Kaziranga National Park. Such patrols are key in protecting the park's large populations of tigers, elephants and one-horned rhinos, all endangered species threatened by poachers. Guards themselves are often targeted by poachers, so they have a shoot-to-kill reputation, and have regularly killed poachers over the years. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Armed park guards patrol a road in the middle of Kaziranga National Park. Such patrols are key in protecting the park's large populations of tigers, elephants and one-horned rhinos, all endangered species threatened by poachers. Guards themselves are often targeted by poachers, so they have a shoot-to-kill reputation, and have regularly killed poachers over the years. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 23/11/2007: Armed park guards patrol a road in the middle of Kaziranga National Park. Such patrols are key in protecting the park's large populations of tigers, elephants and one-horned rhinos, all endangered species threatened by poachers. Guards themselves are often targeted by poachers, so they have a shoot-to-kill reputation, and have regularly killed poachers over the years. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • An ethnic Assamese guide named Bumone stands beneath a tree that was clawed by a wild tiger several feet above his head earlier in the day. Nearly 90 tigers live in the park, though they are almost never seen. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
An ethnic Assamese guide named Bumone stands beneath a tree that was clawed by a wild tiger several feet above his head earlier in the day. Nearly 90 tigers live in the park, though they are almost never seen. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: An ethnic Assamese guide named Bumone stands beneath a tree that was clawed by a wild tiger several feet above his head earlier in the day. Nearly 90 tigers live in the park, though they are almost never seen. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A local boy plows a field near the eastern edge of Kaziranga National Park. The large populations of elephants, tigers and rhinos in the park often create tensions with neighboring communities. The park is encircled by the Brahmaputra River and farmlands. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A local boy plows a field near the eastern edge of Kaziranga National Park. The large populations of elephants, tigers and rhinos in the park often create tensions with neighboring communities. The park is encircled by the Brahmaputra River and farmlands. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 23/11/2007: A local boy plows a field near the eastern edge of Kaziranga National Park. The large populations of elephants, tigers and rhinos in the park often create tensions with neighboring communities. The park is encircled by the Brahmaputra River and farmlands. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • A mahout gets his elephant to salute as he carries tourists through the park as the sun breaks over the horizon. Morning elephant rides to see endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros is the main tourist attraction at the park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
A mahout gets his elephant to salute as he carries tourists through the park as the sun breaks over the horizon. Morning elephant rides to see endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros is the main tourist attraction at the park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: A mahout gets his elephant to salute as he carries tourists through the park as the sun breaks over the horizon. Morning elephant rides to see endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros is the main tourist attraction at the park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • An Indian Cormorant (Phalacrocorax fuscicollis) takes flight as evening settles over the fertile wetlands of Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
An Indian Cormorant (Phalacrocorax fuscicollis) takes flight as evening settles over the fertile wetlands of Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: An Indian Cormorant (Phalacrocorax fuscicollis) takes flight as evening settles over the fertile wetlands of Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Wild grasses grow high at the start of the dry season following a particularly wet monsoon in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Wild grasses grow high at the start of the dry season following a particularly wet monsoon in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: Wild grasses grow high at the start of the dry season following a particularly wet monsoon in Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • The waxing moon rises above the fertile grasslands of Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
The waxing moon rises above the fertile grasslands of Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 22/11/2007: The waxing moon rises above the fertile grasslands of Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern
  • Mahouts prepare their elephants to carry tourists through the park as the sun breaks over the horizon. Morning elephant rides to see endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros is the main tourist attraction at the park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
Mahouts prepare their elephants to carry tourists through the park as the sun breaks over the horizon. Morning elephant rides to see endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros is the main tourist attraction at the park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
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      Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - 24/11/2007: Mahouts prepare their elephants to carry tourists through the park as the sun breaks over the horizon. Morning elephant rides to see endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros is the main tourist attraction at the park. Kaziranga National Park is the oldest national park in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It was created a century ago as a forest reserve by British Viceroy Lord Curzon at the behest of his wife, to protect the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Today the park is home to many endangered animals, including the rhino, tigers, elephants, wild buffalo, swamp deer and numerous bird species.
      Credit: Jerry Redfern

 

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