The tiger as scavenger: Case histories and deduced recommendations
It is still a common belief that tigers in the wild will eat only creatures that they kill themselves. The first part of this paper gives a review of case histories of scavenging tigers to disprove that false opinion. This knowledge make the management of tigers in the wild easier with the possibility of a carcass-baiting tool and enables to hinder poachers from using the same. The second part of this paper draws attention to related aspects of the man-eating problem. This might be useful for better understanding and further discussions of the matter.