'Night shift' tigers dodge people

'Night shift' tigers dodge people

Kathmandu : Nepal | Sep 03, 2012 at 5:24 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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Tigers 'take night shift' to dodge humans The study revealed that tigers had become creatures of the night Tigers in Nepal seem to be taking night shifts in order to avoid their human neighbours, a study has shown. The big cats generally move around at all times of the day and night, to monitor territory,... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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