Hunting Man-eaters and Rogues in India??

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I have heard that sometimes you can hunt man-eating leopards and rogue elephants in India. Is this true? I know hunting was shut down in India, but I have heard stories of people hunting the leopards and elephants. Is there a way to contact the government there and get on some sort of a list?

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Charlie
 
I have heard that sometimes you can hunt man-eating leopards and rogue elephants in India. Is this true? I know hunting was shut down in India, but I have heard stories of people hunting the leopards and elephants. Is there a way to contact the government there and get on some sort of a list?

Thanks,

Charlie

Yes you are right,as they are opened up sometimes and can get permission to hunt them down thru DFO of that region if it's Man Eater or Rogue Elephants
 
Good luck getting on one of those hunts.
 

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