World Nepal: The rhinoceros population has increased, a "new enthusiasts" for the species
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The population ofhas increased by more than 100 individuals in the last six years in , said this Saturday the Department of National Parks and the protection of wildlife. She went from 645 individuals in 2015 to 752 today.
This rise "is a new enthusiastic, said Sunday the spokesman for the department. But challenges remain, in particular to increase the habitat areas ofto allow this growth to continue.
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???? Threatened with extinction in the 1960s, Nepal Rhinoceros are today 752 thanks to a protection program supported by the government and- The cross (@lacroix) . A three-week census
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thousands of rhinoceros to a horn once populated the Nepalese plains. The destruction of their habitat andhave dropped their population to a hundred in the 1960s. Since 1994, Nepal has made a census of
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WWFIn total, 26 rhinoceros died in Nepal last year, four due to poaching, according to the Nepalese authorities. Poaching is powered by strong horns in Asia, where they are used in traditional medicine. The rhinoceros horn is nevertheless composed mainly of keratin, like human nails. PlanetBangladesh: Two dead whales swipes on the same beach to two days apart gorilla planets can assess the strength of a rival thanks to the sound it emits when it strikes the torso
Nepal's rhino population soars amid COVID-19 closures .
The population has reached its highest number in decades amid travel restrictions.The nation's count of endangered one-horned rhinoceros has increased by more than 100 over the past six years. Officials are hailing the rise a "conservation milestone.