Tiger Hides in Family's Home to Escape Flooding in India Sanctuary
A tiger made itself at home in a family's house to take shelter from severe flooding. It happened in a wildlife sanctuary in northeast India. Officials carefully made a safe passage for the tiger to leave, and it did. Elsewhere in the Kaziranga National Park, rhinos struggled to keep their heads above water. The park is home to the one-horn rhinoceros, an endangered species. Rescuers worked to save a rhino calf that had been trapped by the flood.