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During my stay at Chitwan National Park in Nepal, I met a pair of mother-child Rhino again and again. I first saw them from the elephant back playing in the tall grass, the child Rhino following the mother Rhino. Then I saw them crossing the Rapti River while the mist was still lifting itself on the river. We gain met them on our jungle walk when they were just strolling in the jungle – we saw them disappearing behind trees and then appearing again. It was like a silent game of hide and seek.

Single-horned Rhinos run along the river Rapti at Chitwan National Park in Nepal. They cross the river – sometimes run through the water and at times play in the water.

During my stay at Chitwan National Park in Nepal, I met a pair of mother-child Rhino again and again. I first saw them from the elephant back playing in the tall grass, the child Rhino following the mother Rhino. Then I saw them crossing the Rapti River while the mist was still lifting itself on the river. We gain met them on our jungle walk when they were just strolling in the jungle – we saw them disappearing behind trees and then appearing again. It was like a silent game of hide and seek.

We saw a lot of Rhinos bathing in the ponds inside the park. Sometimes we saw them struggling to fly away the crows sitting on their backs and trying to nibble on their thick skin.

It is always such a pleasure to interact with wild animals in their natural habitat albeit from the safety of distance.

Enjoy this video that might inspire you to visit Chitwan National Park.

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During my stay at Chitwan National Park in Nepal, I met a pair of mother-child Rhino again and again. I first saw them from the elephant back playing in the tall grass, the child Rhino following the mother Rhino. Then I saw them crossing the Rapti River while the mist was still lifting itself on the river. We gain met them on our jungle walk when they were just strolling in the jungle – we saw them disappearing behind trees and then appearing again. It was like a silent game of hide and seek.

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