The floods began last week in the Assam state of northeastern India, displacing 1.2 million people and flooding parts of Kaziranga National Park, also in Assam. The park is home to the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceros, the Associated Press reports. On Thursday, wildlife workers used a cloth to cover the face of a rhino to prevent it from becoming alarmed as it was moved to a conservation center.
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