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Sir Samuel White Baker (1821-1893) was a British engineer, explorer, officer, naturalist, big-game hunter, and writer. Man-Eating Tigers of India originally appeared in his 1891 book on big-game hunting titled Wild Beasts and Their Ways. Focusing on the author’s tiger-hunting exploits, the work includes a detailed description of the tiger’s habits and instructions on how to organize and conduct a safe and successful hunt. This chore of putting an end to man-eating tigers seems to have been the burden of Baker. The work concludes with a riveting narrative of an actual case of hunting and eliminating a troublesome tiger.

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