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Royal tour day seven: William and Kate visit Taj Mahal

The Duke and Duchess have completed a tour of the Taj Mahal in India, recreating the iconic photo of William's mother Diana, Princess of Wales.

Diana was pictured sitting alone in front of the monument in February 1992 and the couple posed on the same bench on Saturday.

The couple earlier left Bhutan on Saturday for the final stop on their seven-day tour.

Prior to spending three days in Bhutan, William and Kate visited India and stayed at Kaziranga National Park.

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Poaching rate for Asian rhino 'could multiply'

Conservation charity Save the Rhino has told ITV News it fears more rhinoceros may be poached in India because criminal gangs are spreading false claims about the power of their horns.

A Greater one-horned rhino Credit: Save the Rhino International

Footage obtained by ITV News shows a dead rhino that was killed and mutilated by poachers lying in Kaziranga National Park, just days before Prince William and his wife Catherine visited to highlight the plight of the animals.

It was the sixth one-horned rhinoceros to die at the hands of poachers at the park this year.

Save The Rhino says it is likely that the endangered species will be targeted at a higher rate because gangs are claiming that the horns of Asian rhinos are more powerful than those of the critically endangered African rhino.

Criminal gangs are creating propaganda to say that the horns of the Asian rhinos are more potent than the African ones.

We're concerned that this could cause the poaching rate to multiply exponentially.

– Cathy Dean, Save the Rhino's director

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