Wednesday, September 17, 2014


Hunting, climate change, old age and fight amongst wild lives in the forest of central region, Nepal have led to the death of number of endangered species, especially one horned rhino, tiger, crocodile, deer and leopard. About 112 wild animals died during the year 2013/14 including, 11 rhinos, one crocodile, one tiger, one elephant, along with deer and wild boar. However, about 16 wild animals that were leaving their habitat and being troubled were rescued.   During the same year, 11 people died and 45 were injured due to the attack by wild animals and still 174 households residing near National Parks and forests are under threat.
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