What is an example of human-wildlife conflict?

An example of a human-wildlife conflict is an elephant or a rhino destroying crops in Nepal or a Bear or Puma in North America attacking and killing livestock. The two incidents are continents apart but the end result always ends the same way – retaliation from humans.

Human-wildlife conflict is universal, that affects rich and poor, and is bad news for all concerned.

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