In a recent and tragic turn of events, the serene landscapes surrounding Chitwan National Park (CNP) have been marred by the specter of tiger-human conflict. The incident involving a female tiger, suspected of killing two individuals in Makwanpur, serves as a stark reminder that as Nepal celebrates its conservation success in doubling the tiger population, the nation must now confront the unintended consequences of its achievement.

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A tigress that has killed 19 humans

July 19, 2017 00:30 am

CHITWAN, July 18: There are around 115 tigers in Chitwan National Park (CNP). Among them, 22 are known to have killed people and livestock. And among the 22, one tigress stands out - it has killed 19 people so far.

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CHITWAN, Jan 26: Chitwan National Park (CNP) is home to thousands of wild animals and birds. Since they roam beyond the park's border they cross ways with humans. The encounters have proven fatal for both: Humans and wildlife. Residents living in adjacent buffer zones say that they love wild animals; however, they are sometimes bound to kill them to avoid being their victim. Park's record show that these human-animal encounters during the last 17 years have claimed lives of 158 humans.

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