National Park to study human-tiger interaction.
The park, nestled in a valley of the Himalayas and protected by army patrols, is home to about 120 tigers.
But the area is home to people, too. Tourists visit the park and local villagers live on its periphery, where tigers also roam.
Carter says the cameras, at 80 different sites, captured intense activity inside and outside the park.
“What we started seeing was tigers were everywhere, people were everywhere and obviously they could not have been in the exact same places at the exact same time because there will be reports of all kinds of conflicts, left and right,” he says. “So what we ended up discovering was that the tigers were displacing their time and becoming more active at night instead of during th