After Jaldhapara I went straight to another magnificent National Park: Kaziranga, in the state of Assam. Assam is situated in the Indian Northeast,the part of Indian tucked in on the other side of Bangladesh, bordering also Burma and China.
Like Jaldhapara, also Kaziranga is famousforits rhinoceros population - and here there are even more of them. In fact about 1700 one-horned rhinos (2/3 of the world's wild total) live right here in this park. The rhino on this picture did not lose its legs, it is merely walking around in shallow water. Notice the white cleaning bird on its back.
One of the most bizarre animals I've seen. Some sort of giant lizard with a very strange face. Click the picture to have a proper look at it.
A flock of wild elephants (3 adults two babies) having a sunset bath.
And finally an exceptionally lovely view as the setting sun hid behind the cloud formations on its way down behind the horizon. A beautiful end to a beautiful day.