Animal-human conflict is avoidable: Wildlife warden

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In the past several months, the animal-human conflict has increased in parts of Kashmir that led to the death and injury of dozens of people. Intesar Suhail, a Wildlife Warden in south Kashmir, in conversation with The Kashmir Walla’s Pirzada Shakir said that the conflict and damage can be avoided if certain things are taken into consideration while encountering wild animals in the habitation. He shares ‘dos and donts’ while dealing with the wild animals.

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