Stranger Among Bears

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That is impossible in most places. Most large predators regularly travel very long distances so unless one can transport the animal to e.g. the middle of Siberia there is virtually no place on the globe where you can guarantee it won't come into contact with humans. It is certainly not possible in a relatively crowded sub-continent as India.
This is also the reason why wolves that attack livestock are usually destroyed. There have been attempts to simply move them but they just come back.

I guess that's true I was just thinking about here in North America. In India I have to say though, who cares if a tiger attacks livestock? Is it really worth killing of an entire species of animal?
 
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lisab
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Smells unlikely to me. If I wanted to get revenge on a bear, I would not just kill it. I would eat it :tongue2:

You'd have to *really* want revenge badly, because I've heard they taste nasty.
 
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You'd have to *really* want revenge badly, because I've heard they taste nasty.
Depends upon your taste. I don't care for it myself, because it's very greasy and has a 'gamier' taste than some other wild meats.
 

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