At Kaziranga, helping to prevent roadkill
This report tells of young men in Assam helping to protect the wildlife at Kaziranga National Park. Young men patrol through the night along the highways to prevent roadkill.
The Kaziranga National Park lies to the south of the Brahmaputra river and is often flooded during the monsoon. Because of these heavy showers, animals in the Park cross tend to the highway to reach the other side of the hilly area in search of food, and are often hit by speeding vehicles.