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Wild dogs or dhole Cuon alpinus, rest in the shade of tea plants after a meal. Many plantations though dominated by humans, can be used even by predators such as these without coming into conflict with people.
Wild dogs or dhole Cuon alpinus, rest in the shade of tea plants after a meal. Many plantations though dominated by humans, can be used even by predators such as these without coming into conflict with people.

Freedom to Roam

We designate wildlife reserves and expect wildlife to stay in and people to stay out. But in reality, these boundaries are invisible and the interface between wildlife and people is vast especially in regions of high human population densities. However, in most cases it is possible to foster co-existence even today, particularly where there is cultural tolerance and reverence for nature like in India.



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