Flooding is continuing to cause havoc in South Asia as many try to get to safety, but officials have announced that the death toll has risen above a thousand.
Since August 10, 1,009 bodies have been recovered, according to The Daily Sabah. Rescue teams are still working to help those stranded due to the flood waters.
This includes thousands of emergency workers and soldiers in India, Nepal and Bangladesh.
A state disaster management official in India told AFP that there are 450,000 people sheltering in government refuges.
In Nepal 80,000 homes have been ruined and the home ministry has warned that the death toll could rise even more when workers gain access to more remote parts of the country.
Animals have also been affected in Assam, India, as 15 one-horned rhinoceros and one bengal tiger have died.
In Bangladesh the water level in the Brahmaputra and Ganges rivers seems to now be slowly returning back to a more normal level.
Take a look at photos of the flooding in the gallery above