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WWF-MALAYSIA is deeply saddened by the recent tragic incident in Kg Sau, Gua Musang, where Anek bin Along, a 59-year-old Orang Asli villager was attacked and killed by a tiger. We extend our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased. We are also devastated that the tiger had to be shot, despite it being a critically endangered species which we as a nation are committed to protect at all cost. We share our concern for the safety of the villagers, and urge that best practices and necessary steps be taken to avoid further casualty, be it man or beast. 

Unfortunately, incidents of human-tiger conflict (HTC) are not uncommon in tiger range countries. HTC occurs when a wild tiger interacts with humans, their animals or their livestock and this results in an injury or death to a human, livestock or tiger. 

In Russia, two wild tigers responsible for killing three dogs on the outskirts of the town Vyazemskoye, were sedated and successfully relocated to the Utyos Rehabilitation Centre with the support of WWF-Russia and ANO Amur Tiger. 

In Bhutan, human-wildlife conflict is a critical issue where farming communities reside close to protected areas or in reserved forests. Apart from measures such as the use of sound and light repellent and electric fencing, “safe systems” is being adopted, to address this issue holistically with strategies that ensure the safety of both humans and wildlife.

In Peninsular Malaysia, our forests are home to less than 200 tigers, yet in recent months, a few from this already dwindling population have ventured out of the forest, closer to human settlements. With increased incidents, there is a real urgency to find a holistic way to address and manage HTC. To do this we must understand the nature of the tiger, the possible causes leading to HTC and expedite necessary solutions.

Individual tigers require a large territory, and the size of its territory is determined mostly by the availability of prey. Across their range, tigers face unrelenting pressures from poaching, retaliatory killings and habitat loss. They are forced to compete for space with dense and often growing human populations.

Tigers are by nature solitary, unless they are courting or a mother with young cubs. Preferring to shy away from humans, the tiger hunts alone, by ambush, waiting for lone, unsuspecting prey. A tiger when threatened or already injured may exhibit more aggression and its natural behaviour is to defend and save itself.

The solution is to minimise contact between wild tigers and humans. However, as competition for space and habitat increases, this becomes a challenge. It is only a matter of time before its numbers are completely wiped out from the combined threat of poaching, deforestation, habitat loss, lack of natural prey for food, injuries from snares or being hunted, leading to inability to hunt for food in the case of Awang Rasau, increased incidences of human-tiger conflict and the threat of disease such as canine distemper.

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