In 1907, hunter Jim Corbett stalked a Nepalese tiger that had killed 434 people

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He wrote a book of his adventures called “Man Eaters of Kumaon”, which is a fascinating tale as well as explanation of why some tigers become maneaters and how someone finds specific tigers in the wild. He was very respectful of the animals and environment.

It’s available on Internet Archive and I highly recommend it:


Or, you know, the people could leave the area and let it be.


I concur. It’s a terrific read.

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