Nepal tigers ‘take night shift' to avoid humans
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Nepal tigers ‘take night shift' to avoid humans

Kathmandu : Nepal | Sep 21, 2012 at 4:33 AM PDT
Source: Inquirer.net
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Tigers in southern Nepal appear to be changing their habits so they can operate under cover of darkness and avoid coming into contact with humans, scientists said on Friday. A study of the big cats in Chitwan National Park found that forest paths used by locals during the day were taken over by Bengal tigers... FULL ARTICLE AT Inquirer.net
 
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