An endangered one-horned rhino which was swept across the Nepalese border into India by flooding has been rescued and brought home.
The young female rhino was found 42km (26 miles) from the Chitwan National Park in the Indian village of Bagah.
Four more rhinos from the park need to be rescued and one was found dead after devastating flooding in the area.
Monsoon rains have caused widespread damage in Nepal, Bangladesh and parts of India in recent weeks.
Nepal’s Chitwan Valley – home to the park which houses more than 600 rhinos – has been badly affected. Last week dozens of elephants and rafts were deployed to rescue nearly 500 people trapped in the area.
A team of 40 Nepali officials were deployed to bring the two-and-a-half year old rhino home from India.
“We were able to bring the baby rhino back with the support of Indian forestry officials,” the park’s …
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