Meet The Selfless Men Working 24×7 To Save Wild Animals From Assam Floods.

Animal rescuers

The Assam floods have been devastating, not just for the over 55 lakh people who have been affected, but to a large population of wildlife including the endangered one-horned Indian Rhinos, tigers, elephants, and deer.

Amid all the devastation and damage caused by the deluge, it was heartwarming to see a group of people working round the clock to help the hundreds of wild animals who couldn’t fend for themselves against the gushing waters.

The Kaziranga National Park (KNP) which is home to the largest population of the one-horned Rhino was 90 per cent submerged in Assam floods, resulting in dozens of animals including Rhinos drawing while others were displaced, leaving them vulnerable to poachers.