The greater one-horned rhino (or “Indian rhino”) is the largest of the rhino species and lives primarily in parts of north and northeast India and Nepal.

Rhino populations plummeted as they were hunted for sport at the beginning of the 20th century. The recovery of greater one-horned rhino populations is one of the greatest conservation successes in Asia and the world. Thanks to strict protection and management from Indian and Nepalese wildlife authorities, the rhino was brought back from the brink of extinction. But even today, poaching for their horns is a big threat.

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