Bleeding wings and Manjha entangled all over!
This is precisely what the whole of India witnesses during the month of January every year as thousands of birds get injured and die during the festival of Makar Sankranti.
Conflicts between leopards and humans in India have been on the rise over the past few decades. This is large because of habitat fragmentation, as well as the decrease in the tolerance of human beings towards wildlife.
As Carl Hiaasen said, “That's what people do when they find a special place that is wild and full of life, they trample it to death.”
Over the past few years, there has been a tremendous rise in the national as well as the illegal international trade of wildlife.
India is a country where snakes are worshiped, and festivals like Nag-Panchami are celebrated, Contrary, when people encounter snakes in their lives, their spontaneous reaction is to kill them. The whole image of snakes has been demonized by humans.