Forest officials carry a full-grown common leopard, after tranquilizing it in Gauhati, India. A deadly conflict is underway between India’s growing masses and its wildlife, confined to ever-shrinking forests and grasslands, with data showing that around one person has been killed every day for the past three years by roaming tigers or rampaging elephants. Statistics released this week by India’s Environment Ministry count a total 1,144 people killed between April 2014 and May of this year. Feb. 3, 2007 (AP Photo/Anupam Nath, File)