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Chitwan National Park

Army personnel killed in elephant attack

Jan 16, 2022
An Army personnel succumbed to injuries from a wild elephant attack in the Chitwan National Park.

Nepal's efforts in conservation of Gharial crocodiles

Jan 14, 2022
The Ghadiyal crocodiles, counted among one of the rarest crocodile species in the world, are being protected in Nepal.

31 wild animals dead in Chitwan

Dec 31, 2021
Thirty-one wild animals have died in the national forest area of ​​Chitwan. Those wild animals have died in various areas.

CNP receives over 51,000 visitors

Dec 27, 2021
More than 51 thousand people visited Chitwan National Park (CNP) in the first five months of the current fiscal year.

19 rhinos dead in Chitwan, 2 suspected to be killed

Dec 24, 2021
Nineteen rhinos have died in Chitwan National Park in the current fiscal year. Two of the dead rhinos are suspected to have been killed by poachers. Others have died over time.

Three rhinos died in a five-day period

Dec 22, 2021
Three adult rhinos have been found dead Chitwan in a span of five days.

100 crocodiles to be released into rivers in Chitwan

Dec 16, 2021
One hundred crocodiles reared at the crocodile breeding center in Kasara of Chitwan National Park are being prepared to be released into the crocodile river.

Male rhino found dead in Chitwan

Dec 13, 2021
A male rhino of around 16 years has been found dead in Bharatpur Metropolitan-16, said Bal Krishna Khanal, information Officer of Chitwan Forest Office.

Tiger census: poaching is major challenge in tiger conservation

Dec 5, 2021
Minister for Forests and Environment Ramsahaya Prasad Yadav has said poaching has posed a major challenge in the conservation of tigers in Nepal.

Tiger census to begin from December 5

Nov 29, 2021
Tiger census will be kicking off in Nepal on coming December 5.

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