Surviving a tiger attack: How hunters became the hunted

Despite living all his life in a remote backwater of India’s Sundarbans, 52-year-old Mihir Sardar’s only experience of tiger attacks was through stories circulated among his fellow villagers. After decades of fishing in the world’s largest mangrove forest without a single close encounter, he thought little of the dangers involved until a chilly December morning in 2021.

That day Sardar went fishing with his friend Babloo, taking his boat out at…

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