Volume : III, Issue : V, May - 2014

Man–Elephant Conflict: A Case Study of the Forest Contiguous Counties of Northern Bengal

Dinesh Chandra Ray

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The mutual conflict between man and elephant in Indian subcontinent seemed to have been begun with the most primitive endeavor of urbanization of the people of the same. But with the course of deforestation, at present, it has become a usual matter in the forest adjoining counties of Northern Bengal. The village dwellers are helpless in front of this massive creature. The massive animal is destroying crops and dwellings of the villagers in a regular basis. Even, the death of the villagers by the attack of this gigantic animal(Mahakal) is about a normal unpleasant incident in this county. But, the attack is not one sided, to a certain extent it is both sided. The death of elephant is also taking place at the hands of the people.  

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