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5 foreigners die in different incidents

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KATHMANDU — Five foreign climbers have lost their lives in the most recent five days, police and expedition organisers says.

Two trekkers from Japan and Korea died in the Mt Everest region, according to Cosmo Trek Pvt Ltd, Lazimpat.

Japanese climber Hidenori Hagi died on Friday night at Mt Everest base camp while Hagi, 67, died while undergoing treatment at a base camp clinic, the company said.

His body was airlifted to Kathmandu for post-mortem. His family members have arrived here to receive his body, an official said.

Likewise, two mountain climbers Patrik Mattioli (Switzerland) and Jon David Johnson (Austria) died in the wake of falling into an icy crevasse from a fixed rope on Mt Shisha Pangma (8,027 m).

“The incident occurred at a height of 6,200 meters on April 24. They fell into the crevasse while they were moving up from advanced base camp on Mt Shisha Pangma,” according to an official at Active Holiday Treks, which handled their expedition from Kathmandu.

A Korean climber additionally died in the wake of suffering from altitude sickness while he was returning from Lobuche peak in Khumbu region.

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25 Ghariyal crocodiles released into Rapti River from CNP





CHITWAN — Twenty-five Ghariyal species of crocodiles from the crocodile breeding centre in Chitwan National Park (CNP) were released into Rapti River on Friday.

The act of releasing crocodiles into the natural habitat was carried out differently this time, with the involvement of local Bote, Majhi and Musahar communities.

The crocodiles were named after the three communities in a symbolic way to help preserve the endangered species.

The initiative was carried out by the National Trust for Nature Conservation, Chitwan with support of Zoological Society of London in Nepal.

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This innovative way of marking the crocodiles was carried out with the objective of increasing awareness of the locals in the protection and conservation of wildlife, said protection officer at CNP, Ved Bahadur Khadka.

Ghariyal species of crocodiles are now limited to Chitwan and Bardia only, and so far more than 1,000 Ghariyals have been released into the rivers. But only few have survived.

Latest census indicates there are only 198 of them in the rivers of Nepal. The crocodile breeding centre in CNP has 595 crocodiles at present, with a plan to release around 100 of them into their natural habitat this year.

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