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Tiger shot dead after killing another woman | Janaki Lenin

29.12.2014
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Forest officials had ignored warning that relocating animal who had lost fear of humans was a dangerous and misguided conservation strategy A tiger released in a wildlife sanctuary in south India has been shot dead on Sunday after it killed a woman. The animal was released in Bhimgad wildlife sanctuary, Karnataka, on 19 November. The young tiger, suspected to have killed a woman in Pandaravalli village 186 miles away, was caught and released in the sanctuary. A large contingent of forest officials camped at Bhimgad to ensure it didn't trouble villagers and also protect the tiger from people. Officials said the tiger did not pose a threat to human life. But tiger biologist Ullas Karanth had warned it was not safe to release the animal as it seemed to have lost fear of humans. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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