GOLAGHAT, Aug 23 - The flood waters of the Brahmaputra have created havoc in the world famous Kaziranga National Park. At least 33 forest camps are under water. The badly affected camps are: Arimora, Kartika, Nowvori, Agartoli, Chibet, Hapekhati, Mowamora, Bagori, Chitolmari, Gotong, Burapahar, Chanak, Bahubeel and Borholla etc.
Due to the heavy floods, the animals of the Park are fleeing to the nearest Karbi Anglong hills for shelter.
The Bokakhat and Koliabor subdivision authorities have issued notices to the vehicle drivers to reduce speeds on the National Highway- 37 where the animal corridors are located. The Divisional Forest Officer SK Shil informed newsmen that the Park is equipped with boats, four floating forest camps, four machine boats and six speedy boats.