FILE - This undated file photo released by Corbett Tiger Reserve shows a tiger at the reserve in Corbett National Park, India. Maharashtra, a western Indian state, has declared war on animal poaching by sanctioning its forest guards to shoot hunters on sight in an effort to curb rampant attacks against tigers, elephants and other wildlife. About half of the world's estimated 3,200 tigers are in dozens of Indian reserves set up since the 1970s. (AP Photo/Corbett Tiger Reserve, File)

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FILE - This undated file photo released by Corbett Tiger Reserve shows a tiger at the reserve in Corbett National Park, India. Maharashtra, a western Indian state, has declared war on animal poaching by sanctioning its forest guards to shoot hunters on sight in an effort to curb rampant attacks against tigers, elephants and other wildlife. About half of the world's estimated 3,200 tigers are in dozens of Indian reserves set up since the 1970s. (AP Photo/Corbett Tiger Reserve, File)
FILE - This undated file photo released by Corbett Tiger Reserve shows a tiger at the reserve in Corbett National Park, India. Maharashtra, a western Indian state, has declared war on animal poaching by sanctioning its forest guards to shoot hunters on sight in an effort to curb rampant attacks against tigers, elephants and other wildlife. About half of the world's estimated 3,200 tigers are in dozens of Indian reserves set up since the 1970s. (AP Photo/Corbett Tiger Reserve, File)
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