One Horned Rhinoceros at Manas National Park, Assam India
One horned Rhino at Manas National Park - this species once pushed very close to extinction due to habitat loss or poaching is now slowly steadily increasing in numbers in India as well as all over the world.
Great one-horned Rhino or the Indian Rhino as it is popularly referred to are a solitary species - they prefer grazing in solitude - unless they are males near adulthood - then one can see them gather at wallows or whilst grazing.
One-horned Rhino prefers eating grass as well as leaves, branches of shrubs and trees, fruit, and aquatic plants.
Manas National Park located about 138 km from Guwahati in Assam, India is a Natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. How to reach Manas National Park?