October 9, 2010
Photograph by Steve Winter, National Geographic
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What bloodied this rhino? Maybe a clash with a male rival, maybe a courting session with the departing female in the background. The park harbors three quarters of the world's Indian one-horned rhinos—11 per square mile. The crowding could lead to more battles and more wounds, which are a frequent sight.
See more photos of the August 2010 story "India’s Grassland Kingdom."
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