Prince William, Kate Middleton visit the Kaziranga National Park in Assam | Memsaab.com

The British Royal couple today visited the Kaziranga National Park in Assam.

The British royal also interacted with the forest staff who guard the park. The park, home to the rare one-horned rhinos, is a Unesco World Heritage site

The British royal also interacted with the forest staff who guard the park. The park, home to the rare one-horned rhinos, is a Unesco World Heritage site
The couple also visited the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation located near the national park.
 

There will be a great positive change... their visit will definitely heighten awareness on conservation of endangered species.

There will be a great positive change... their visit will definitely heighten awareness on conservation of endangered species.
This will be possible because the state is receiving global attention due to the British Royals couple's visit

The British Royal couple today visited the Kaziranga National Park in Assam.

The British Royal couple today visited the Kaziranga National Park in Assam.
Noted Elephant trainer and conservationist Parbati Barua mentioned that the visit by Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, to Assam's Kaziranga National Park will spur global awareness on conservation of rhinos and elephants, as well as other species.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge toured Kaziranga National Park on Wednesday and excitedly clicked photographs when they marked one-horned Rhinos, Elephants, Swamp Deer and other wild animals during their two-hour safari.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge toured Kaziranga National Park on Wednesday and excitedly clicked photographs when they marked one-horned Rhinos, Elephants, Swamp Deer and other wild animals during their two-hour safari.
"There will be a great positive change... their visit will definitely heighten awareness on conservation of endangered species.