GUWAHATI, APRIL 18 2017: At least two poachers were killed by forest guards in Assam`s Orang national park on Tuesday, an official said.
The guards also recovered a .303 rifle, 10 bullets and an axe.
Assam`s Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) Bikash Brahma confirmed on Tuesday that the poachers had entered the park with the intention to kill one-horned rhinos.
Located at the northern bank of Brahmaputra river, Orang National Park has an area of 78.81 square km.
There are over 100 one-horned rhinos in the park.
Source: Zee News