The week in wildlife – in pictures: airborne deer, cuddling macaques and Gaza gazelles
An Indian one-horned rhino grazes at the Pobitora wildlife sanctuary, Assam, India. In conservation terms, the species is a huge success. There were only about 200 left at the start of the 20th century; now they number more than 4,000, partly thanks to a ‘baby boom’ that occurred during the pandemic, when they were largely left alone by humans.
Image taken by Anuwar Hazarika of NurPhoto, licensed through REX and Shutterstock.