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Nepal's bold moves are winning the 'rhino war'

A greater one-horned rhinoceros pauses among the grasslands of Kaziranga National Park in northeast India, home to the largest population of the species. (Photo by Denis Gray)

CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK, Nepal -- As morning mists sweep the jungles of this wondrous wildlife sanctuary, visitors mounted atop elephants will almost always encounter a 50-million-year-old species, thriving in this sanctuary but lumbering toward extinction elsewhere in the world; an animal with an ancient curse on its head: the rhinoceros.

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