Wildlife in Kaziranga National Park is severely affected as floods continue to wreak havoc in Assam.
According to a report published by NDTV, 95% of the national park has been submerged and around 17 wild animals have died between July 13 and July 15.
All leave for forest officers has reportedly been cancelled due to the emergency situation, news agency ANI reported. Authorities are busy rescuing the affected animals.
Kaziranga National Park has the highest population of the one-horned Indian rhinoceros. Other animals found in the area include deer, tigers and elephants.