A humane tigress and heartless humans : TOI 16 March 2010

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Found this wonderfull blog in TOI.

A humane tigress and heartless humans
Rajesh Kalra, 16 March 2010, 01:37 PM IST

Dear readers, last week I was fortunate to visit the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. Although I had some stunning sightings of what is easily among the most graceful, powerful and beautiful animals on the planet, this post is not about that. It is about an amazing, true story of a tigress and a forest guard.

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Nice article. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks a lot for sharing it raises the question who is the animal and who is the man?
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Yes sure does..
But on the hind side i Hope the unruly tourist's encounter such scenario's who make the sighting of the elusive one in NP like a circus in action.. yelling shouting!!!
What really hurts is my fellow countrymen heads that list.
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Phew !!!

Phew !! .. when I read the title of this post I was expecting a story about people killing a tiger that had entered a village or something similar. Very relaxed to know that this isn't about another tiger death !

Sad to hear that forest officials themselves aren't serious about this. But at the end of the day whether up to the mark or not its they who are contributing to protecting the tigers.
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This is yet another dwindling habitat & increasing population warning. Only this time, from the paws of the Tigress herself.
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. ~
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