- The Man-eater of Kyari:
By Gideon Egger. Ramakant Tiwari grabbed his rifle, got in his jeep and drove to
Kyari. When he arrived he found the tigress still eating the Sambar. Parking his
jeep about ten yards from where she stood gnawing on the carcass, he picked up
his rifle. From his perspective, with the vehicle giving him height and
stability, the tigress was a perfect target . . .
Tigers at Rencha: By Gideon Egger. Forever Tigers
takes 82 Indian schoolchildren into Bandhavgarh for their
first encounter with tigers in the wild.
Conservation at Bandhavgarh: By
Anil Thakuri. We must help to teach villagers to
understand and appreciate that a live tiger is worth much
more than a dead one.
- Biology of
Tiger Soup: By Andrew Lam. Anecdotal account of the
use of tiger soup in Asian Folk Medicine.
Evolution of Tigers
Tiger Bone Market: By Nirmal Ghosh. Report and Comment
on The First International Symposium on Endangered Species
Used In Traditional East Asian Medicine: Substitutes for
Tiger Bone and Musk.
- TCM and Asian Folk
- TCM in the
Melting Pot: By Dr. Henry Lee. Thoughts on
the use of endangered species in TCM by the head of Chinese Medicine
Developments, Middlesex University.
- Tigers in
Tibetan Culture: By Losang Gyatso.