Jorhat, Aug 5:  Three more carcasses of adult rhinos, which perished due to floods, have been recovered from Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in Assam this evening, a senior Forest Department official said today. DFO of Kaziranga National Park Subashis Das said during the current wave of flood the rhino casualty toll has gone up to 20 as KNP authorities had spotted three more adult rhino carcasses this evening – one at Burahpahar Range while two others at Bagori Range of the UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site.Also Read - Fire Breaks Outs at Paediatric Ward of a Hospital in Assam, All 12 Children Rescued Without Injuries

He said horns in two rhino carcasses were found intact, while the horn in the third rhino is found missing. On the same day carcasses of a rhino duo – mother and calf – killed by poachers were recovered near Bokpara forest camp, the official said. The horn of the adult female rhino was taken away by the poachers, Das said. Also Read - Wohoo! Srinagar to Hold Month-Long Celebration For Getting UNESCO Recognition

This followed the recovery of carcass of an adult male rhino believed to have died due to the current floods in the Park’s Kohora Range yesterday. KNP authorities are making every effort to save the wildlife of Kaziranga National Park where the flood related wildlife casualty was estimated to be 315, said Das. Also Read - Assam Family Celebrates Specially-abled Son's Birthday on Newly-built Flyover, Trolled After Pics Go Viral | Full Story