Tigers and humans learn to coexist in Nepal

In Nepal, the forest paths used by people during the day are trod by tigers at night, in a discovery that is promising for the ability of humans and tigers to coexist.

Tigers usually move about during both night and day, but in Chitwan National Park, the animals have shifted their behaviour in order to avoid humans.

Conventional wisdom dictates that tigers need spaces free from humans. This research indicates there may be a middle ground, where both humans and tigers can have access to the resources they need.

Read more at Michigan State University