Meredith Brown

The claws of a tiger on a tree leave red wounds; many parallel gashes through the bark exposing the more tender wood. The terracotta soils of unprotected land are also being clawed, great mountain sides of tiger slashes, this time made by bulldozers. To know what was once wild in India and all over the world are being voluntarily relinquished because of our own expansion forces us to reassess our values. Letís find a way to live with the wilderness, and teach others how to do so also.

 

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