People use a rope to cross a river in the Gaur district of Rautahat, some 200km south of the capital Kathmandu on Wednesday. Phani Mahat/ AFP
Officials say the death toll has risen to 152 in monsoon flooding in South Asia as millions of people and animals continue to face the brunt in three countries.
At least 90 people have died in Nepal and 50 in India's Assam state. A dozen people have been killed in neighboring Bangladesh.
Shiv Kumar, a government official in Assam, said on Saturday that 10 rare one-horned rhinos have died at the Kaziranga National Park after swirling grey waters of the Brahmaputra River burst its banks and entered the reserve.
The Assam Disaster Response Authority says 4.8 million people spread over 3,700 villages across the northeastern state are affected by the floods.
Monsoon rains hit the region in June-September. The rains are crucial for rain-fed crops planted during the season.
Assam and Bihar have been among the worst hit. TV footage showed roads and railway lines in Bihar submerged.
Heavy rains since Thursday have hit several districts in Nepal, especially in the country's eastern region and the southern plains, affecting thousands.
Cyclone Fani, the first summer cyclone to hit India's Bay of Bengal coast in 43 years, made landfall in Odisha state on May 3 packing winds up to 200 kilometres (125 miles) per hour.
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