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from National Geographic Daily News
. . . it's all about the animals . . .
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"Using "The Grey" to understand wolves is like using Hannibal Lecter to understand humans. This film, which perpetuates the myth that wolves and humans cannot coexist, is being released at a time when wolves have been taken off of the endangered species list. We fear that conservation efforts will be hindered by misinformation disseminated by popular fiction such as "The Grey," and, of course, Wolf Park deplores harming of animals for human entertainment."Head Animal Curator at Wolf Park responds to “The Grey” film in which wolves were harmed in the making.
"Baghani, named after a village inside Sariska National Park, is one of the five big cats relocated into the park by the Rajasthan forest department as part of the tiger revival project." ~ Reviving Sariska's Tiger Footprints by Alexina Correya, Hindustan Times
|The tigress Baghani was transferred to Sariska National Park in an attempt to bring back tigers into the park. Photo by Aditya Singh|