Translocation of wild animals for conflict mitigation or restocking depleted populations is being routinely carried out these days, at least with big cats like leopards and tigers. Yet, most of these turn out to be unsuccessful sometimes even disastrous. How, when and where should translocation take place? What are the techniques available and what are the pitfalls?
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