According to reports, on February 5, 2020 local time, a tiger attack occurred in a village in Bandala City, Maharashtra State, India, which still scares local villagers. However, the most incredible thing about the incident was that a “super calm” villager was able to “pretend to be dead” to confuse the tiger and retrieve a life.
This memorable moment was shared online by local forest service official Parveen Kaswan. He wrote on the social platform: “If you want to see how to escape when you meet a tiger, just look at this video. The tiger was obviously frightened by the crowd. But fortunately, both the man and the tiger ended well. This is from an elderly person. “At least three people were injured in this terrible tiger attack on villagers, according to a report by Indian New Delhi TV.
Yesterday, a video of a group of villagers abusing tigers also appeared on the Internet platform. The poor animal died nine hours after being abused by villagers. At that time, forestry officials in the village of mariner in Uttar Pradesh, India, who received reports of arrival, said they could do nothing about it.
In India, according to the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972, this crime is a general crime punishable by 3 to 7 years’ imprisonment and a fine of nearly 300 pounds (2,720 yuan). However, despite the punitive measures, the law is still difficult to enforce. Tiger is listed as an endangered species in the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List.