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This National Park Shoots People to Protect Their Rhinos

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You read that right. A national park in India takes it upon themselves to protect their highly valued one-horned rhinoceroses.

There are plenty of endangered species of animals around the world, but they are all preserved in different ways. They can be kept under strict supervision, kept in a special enclosure, and there are also laws to help keep these animals safe in the wild. Big supporters of the animal kingdom and its many members rejoice when a species like the giant panda is saved from extinction, but they may not be as happy when they find out what’s keeping the one-horned rhino safe.

The way that the Kaziranga National Park keeps their animals protected will almost definitely surprise you.

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