India is talking about tiger hunting

With tiger and leopard attacks on country people out of control, a wildlife conference in India has introduced the topic of hunting tigers. More than 50 years of preserving tigers has brought the population to a new high. Now there are too many, and it’s time to swap preservation for conservation, say scientists. The animal rights lobby disagrees.

Thanks to Safari Club International and CIC 

Four experts talk about solutions for India's wildlife problems:
Rajeev Mathew explains the difference between different kinds of attacks (film is age-restricted):
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