Some of the mammals found in India often seen only through camera trapping projects, unless one lives in areas that fall in their territory. Tribes and forest dwellers have for the longest time in India coexisted with carnivores and elephants, while not always in a non conflict situation, expansion of agricultural land and linear infrastructure for human use has made it increasingly more likely that conflicts arise and hurt both humans and animals. There are often ways to work around this, with careful tracking of animals and their behavioral patterns, changes to planned infrastructure can be made to accommodate animal welfare as well. Seen below are the leopard cub, asian elephant, a family of dholes (wild dogs), sloth bear carrying her cub (the only bear recorded to have this as normal / everyday behavior). Finally a whale.. cos their stories are even less heard

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