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Reasons for attacking[ edit ] "Caution Tigers Nearby" Sign in Russian If a human comes too close and surprises a sleeping or a feeding tiger particularly if it is a tigress with cubsthe tiger may attack and kill a human. Tigers can also attack humans in a case of "mistaken identity" for example, if a human is crouching while collecting firewood, or cutting grass and sometimes when a tourist gets too close.
Some also recommend not riding a bicycle, or running in a region where tigers live in order to not provoke their chase.
Peter Byrne wrote about an Indian postman who was working on foot for many years without any problems with resident tigers, but was chased by a tiger soon after he started riding a bicycle for his work.
The incidents involving death or injuries are reported together in the statistics, as reported by the BBC. The reason for many of the human killings and injuries are due to rare incidents at zoos, or to the man-eating tigers in India.
The man-eater tiger wanders outside of its usual habitat into an area where humans are. The tiger begins to stalk, then hunt humans to kill and eat them. This behavior is believed to be a direct result of the overwhelming success of India's conservation projects for tigers.
In some cases tigers will change their natural diet to become man-eaters.
This is usually due to a tiger being incapacitated by a gunshot wound or porcupine quills, or some other factors, such as health issues and disabilities. In such cases, the animal's inability to take traditional prey forces it to stalk humans, which are less appetizing but much easier to chase, overpower and kill; this was the case with the man-eating tigress of Champawatwhich was believed to have begun eating villagers at least partially in response to crippling tooth injuries.
Between andtigers killed 33, people in British India.
There, some healthy tigers have been known to hunt humans. Even though tigers usually avoid elephantsthey have been known to jump on an elephant's back and severely injure the mahout riding on the elephant's back.
Kesri Singh mentioned a case when a fatally wounded tiger attacked and killed the hunter who wounded it while the hunter was on the back of an elephant. Most man-eating tigers are eventually captured, shot or poisoned. Consequently, it has been hypothesized that some attacks are a simple case of mistaken identity.
Tigers rarely press an attack if they are seen before their ambush is mounted. Invariably, it will only attack a solitary person, and that too, after prolonged and painstaking stalking, having assured itself that no other human being is in the immediate vicinity These animals seem also to possess an astute sixth sense and be able to differentiate between an unarmed human being and an armed man deliberately pursuing them, for in most cases, only when cornered will they venture to attack the latter, while they go out of their way to stalk and attack the unarmed man.
Unlike man-eating leopards, even established man-eating tigers will seldom enter human settlements, usually sticking to village outskirts. Tigers are typically wary of humans and usually show no preference for human meat. Although humans are relatively easy prey, they are not a desired source of food.
Thus, most man-eating tigers are old, infirm, or have missing teeth, and choose human victims out of desperation. In one case, a post-mortem examination of a killed tigress revealed two broken canine teethfour missing incisors and a loose upper molarhandicaps which would make capturing stronger prey extremely difficult.
Only upon reaching this stage did she attack a workman. In at least one case, a tigress with cubs killed eight people entering her territory without consuming them at all.
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