A forest guard draws pugmarks on a glass in the forest near the village of Barahpur village in Bijnor District, which may help in the hunt for a tiger believed to have killed several people. Photo: AFP A forest guard draws pugmarks on a glass in the forest near the village of Barahpur village in Bijnor District, which may help in the hunt for a tiger believed to have killed several people. Photo: AFP
A forest guard draws pugmarks on a glass in the forest near the village of Barahpur village in Bijnor District, which may help in the hunt for a tiger believed to have killed several people. Photo: AFP

In India, the hunt is on for man-eating tiger that killed eight people

Though tiger hunting is illegal in Uttarakhand, a group of hunters are licenced to capture or kill their prey

A forest guard draws pugmarks on a glass in the forest near the village of Barahpur village in Bijnor District, which may help in the hunt for a tiger believed to have killed several people. Photo: AFP A forest guard draws pugmarks on a glass in the forest near the village of Barahpur village in Bijnor District, which may help in the hunt for a tiger believed to have killed several people. Photo: AFP
A forest guard draws pugmarks on a glass in the forest near the village of Barahpur village in Bijnor District, which may help in the hunt for a tiger believed to have killed several people. Photo: AFP
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