Climate & Environment

Alarming rate of deaths threatens rhinos

The threat of one-horned rhino poaching, which was at its peak during the armed insurgency, is no more. What’s worrisome is the high number of deaths in the past few years from unspecified natural causes.
Chitwan National Park holds the second largest population of rhinos in the subcontinent after Kaziranga National Park in India. Post File Photo
Chandan Kumar Mandal
Published at : March 5, 2020
Updated at : March 5, 2020 08:26

Chandan Kumar Mandal

Chandan Kumar Mandal was the environment and migration reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering labour migration and governance, as well as climate change, natural disasters, and wildlife.