Chitwan, April 8
A rhinoceros in the Chitwan National Park injured a tourist and a tour guide on Monday morning, officials inform.
CNP officials have not divulged full details about their identity. However, it has been learned that the tourist was a foreigner whereas the guide was a Nepali.
The foreigner is said to be critical.
Bed Kumar Dhakal, CNP Chief Conservation Officer, informs that the wild animal attacked them at around 8 am today at Dudhaura, 6 kilometres away from Sauraha. They were on a jungle walk during that time.
Dhakal says he does not know how many people were there in the attacked team.
Published on April 8th, Monday, 2019 1:12 PM
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