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Two-thirds of the world’s remaining greater one-horned rhinoceros population are sheltered in Kaziranga National Park in India. Poaching continues to claim rhinos, they are targeted for their horns.

By: Evan Wexler, Veda Shastri, Samantha Quick

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'Pshhh this was plenty years to late. Its all for show and views now I don't know what else can come from a camera pre-recording everything.

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