Rangers hunt ‘man-eating’ tigress
park rangers are desperately trying to kill or capture a “man-eating” tiger blamed for killing four people in central India, a forestry official said.
The two-year-old female tiger was captured in July after killing two villagers and injuring four others in Brahmapuri in Maharashtra state. It was later released into the nearby Bor Wildlife Sanctuary but went on to attack and kill another two people. Its latest victim, a woman, died earlier this week. Rishikesh Ranjan, field director of Pench Tiger Reserve said a court had approved a shoot-to-kill order against the tigress. (AFP)