Saturday, November 8, 2008

Conflict between people and tigers in Sundarban

An interesting article on the situation of man-animal conflict in the forests of Sundarban in India and Bangladesh.

Have a Happy Weekend :)


Sandee said...

The poor tigers. Less and less to survive with. That is happening to humans too.

You have a great weekend too. :)

PurrPrints said...

Thanks for sharing this...

Liz said...

As a reader commented on the Times reader forum. It is the fault of human beings not the tigers. Reading just how many were around in 1900 compared to just 2000 now. It's a sad legacy to have. I also read on the times site that now quarter of the world's mammals are now endangered. My middle daughter is determined she is going to be a wildlife vet - I will be so thrilled if she does end up being just that. Great post. You have a happy weekend too.

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