Tourists visiting Kaziranga National Park (KNP) this year are enamoured by the rare sight of wild animals freely moving around the green cusp of mother nature as nature lovers are leaving no stone unturned to capture these rare moments.
The Kaziranga National Park which opened for tourists on October 2 this year, has caught the attention of tourists where one wild animal after the other has been making a rare appearance, unperturbed by the presence of humans near their proximity.
Recently, a video of a mother rhino and her calf was shared on social media where the mother rhino tried to protect her calf from a male rhino.
The protective nature of a mother is not only restricted to humans and this mama rhino is apt proof of that notion.
The video was clicked in the Bagari range of Kaziranga National Park and soon went viral once it was released on social media.
In another video, a Royal Bengal Tiger was seen moving majestically, ahead of a tourist jeep in the Kahora range of Kaziranga National Park. The rare sighting of the tiger and the surprisingly uncaring, and yet royal passing of the tiger left the tourists in amazement.
As per officials, the tourists' footfall has been increasing in recent days as such rare moments of wildlife are seldom witnessed.
Tourists are spell bound by these rare sightings and with the light chill in the air, reminding the approaching winter season, this year’s tour around the Kaziranga National Park is a rare delight for the tourists.
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