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Chapter 42 The Tiger's Den
Aijeba and I continued down our path as quietly as possible.
As advertised, about a mile in, we came across remnants of her
kills. Chital bones, gaur and boar tusks gleamed in the dusky
shade of the trees; in areas, there were still tufts of fur clinging
to the wet bone. This was no ordinary jungle predator; tigers are
usually solitary hunters and one gaur bull alone would be enough
to satisfy several hungry felines. This creature had ravaged three
rather large animals in a few days at most. The killings were so
recent that the vultures had yet to clean up the mess; or, perhaps,
they too shunned such evil.