Floods Inundate Kaziranga Park

Jul 07, 2012, 12:19 PM IST
A village boy displays a snake killed near floodwaters at Burhaburhi village, about 65 kilometers (41 miles) east of Guwahati.
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A village boy displays a snake killed near floodwaters at Burhaburhi village, about 65 kilometers (41 miles) east of Guwahati.

Stranded villagers wave to a helicopter as they wait to get rescued in Tezpur.
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Stranded villagers wave to a helicopter as they wait to get rescued in Tezpur.

Rita, 6, a flood affected girl stands near cattle on an embankment near the river Brahmaputra in Phateki, 270 kilometers (169 miles) east of Guwahati.
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Rita, 6, a flood affected girl stands near cattle on an embankment near the river Brahmaputra in Phateki, 270 kilometers (169 miles) east of Guwahati.

A deer lies dead on a street near Kaziranga National Park in Guwahati. Officials in northeastern India are on alert for poachers after surging flood waters forced endangered rhinos, Asiatic elephants, a variety of deer and other animals.
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A deer lies dead on a street near Kaziranga National Park in Guwahati. Officials in northeastern India are on alert for poachers after surging flood waters forced endangered rhinos, Asiatic elephants, a variety of deer and other animals.

A baby elephant along with its mother wades through floodwaters at Kaziranga National Park in Guwahati. Officials in northeastern India are on alert for poachers after surging flood waters forced endangered rhinos, Asiatic elephants, a variety of deer and other animals.
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A baby elephant along with its mother wades through floodwaters at Kaziranga National Park in Guwahati. Officials in northeastern India are on alert for poachers after surging flood waters forced endangered rhinos, Asiatic elephants, a variety of deer and other animals.