In these days Tiger attacks are an extreme form of human–wildlife conflict which occur for various reasons and have claimed more human lives than attacks by other species. A large amount comprehensive study of deaths due to tiger attacks estimates that at least 383,000 people died due to tiger attacks between 1800 and 2014.
If a human comes too close and surprises a sleeping or a feeding tiger (particularly if it is a tigress with cubs), the tiger may attack and kill a human for sure. Tigers can also attack humans in a case of “mistaken identity”.
A writer wrote his book in which he summarizes the story of Indian postman who was working in the national park area, for many years without any problems with resident tigers, but was chased by a tiger soon after he started riding a bicycle for his work. So the tiger attacks in these National parks are a usual thing. tiger may harm you when he feels insecurity from another human being.
Facts about Tiger-
The Bengal tiger is the most endangered tiger subspecies in these days; they are fewer than 2,000 remaining at large in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.
There are less than 500 each of the vulnerable Malayan competition, indigenous to the Malay Peninsula, and the vulnerable Sumatran tiger which is discovered only on the Indonesian Isle.
The Indochinese tiger of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar probably figures less than 500 in nowadays. These tiger attacks are pointing out the insecurity of wildlife and this is really a serious question for us.
No seriously vulnerable Southern Chinese tiger has been identified for a period of time, and the varieties may have vanished.
Along with the Balinese tigers, formerly discovered on the Indonesian Isle and known to have vanished since the 1930′s, the Java tiger is another Philippines Isle variety, was also sought after to annihilation, and with the last one identified in 1979. The numbers is now increasing in India now there are 1706 tigers from 1404 tiger in 2011. Tiger attacks are also increased in that time, but increasing numbers are good for wildlife travel and tourism lovers.
The Populations of this endangered species continue to decline.