What is the problem with India’s man-eating tigers? Now, the way we live on Earth is causing fast acceleration in species extinction.
More than half a million species have a decreasing habitat and threaten their survival in the long run. They are most likely to go extinct unless their natural environment restored.
India’s man-eating tigers: Anvi most famous
A case in evidence is that Anvi, a “man-eating” Indian tigress who achieves global recognition in 2018. Man-eating tigers, leopards, and lions are not uncommon in India. Several are killed or captured yearly. But Anvi achieved fame when a designer cologne brand used in an attempt to trap her. Consequently, it did not succeed and had to hunt and kill her.
Debates unleashed about this tragic tale some furious at her killing. The missing question is what really made Anvi be a man-eating tigress in the first place.
Human and Animals
You see the problem is not with the animals. The problem comes from us, the human. We take their natural environment and we turn it into commercial lands for ourselves and the animals such as the tigers have no place to have a wide range where they can hunt peacefully away from humans. This is how Anvi became what she had become.