Man-eaters of Kumaon - Study Guide Chapter 5, The Mohan Man-Eater Summary & Analysis

Jim Corbett (hunter)
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The next man-eating tiger is to be found near the Himalayas on cliffs near the Kosi River and fifteen miles from Corbett's summer home. A woman is attacked four miles from her village and the villagers are terrified. The injured woman is brought back to the village and tells her story to Mothi Singh, a friend of Major Corbett's; she later dies. The woman is the first human killed by The Mohan Man-Eater. The tiger will later kill a number of other people across the area and at an increasing rate. Corbett decides to take up the hunt.

On a hot day in May, Corbett and his assistants make their way to Mohan and gather information on the Mohan man-eater. He has just killed a fisherman. Progress is slow due to steep tracks and great heat. On the way...

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