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We broke into a poacher network and found one tiger is killed every two weeks…

 

Tehelka Magazine, Vol 7, Issue 51, Dated December 25, 2010

More depressing news on tigers - a sting conducted near the Indo-Nepal border by Tehelka maagzine:

"A TIGHTLY knit cross-country poaching network straddling China, Nepal and India is depleting India’s forests of its magnificent wildlife, especially its tigers. A tiger is killed every two weeks in India. A leopard is killed and skinned every day. Several foxes and otters are ruthlessly hunted down every day for their fur. To deconstruct this story, the TEHELKA team went on a dangerous mission, posing as the Delhi agents of a tiger skin buyer."


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