Rising floodwaters have inundated large parts of a famous wildlife reserve park in northeastern India, killing more than 225 animals and forcing hundreds of other animals to flee. Around 15 rhinos, 185 deer and at least one Royal Bengal tiger have died in the devastating floods that have submerged almost the entire Kaziranga National Park in Assam state. It is a hearbreaking scene as carcasses of animals were seen floating in the floodwaters.
In this photo the carcass of a tiger lies in floodwaters at the Bagori range inside Kaziranga National Park. (AP Photo)