A man-eating tiger, believed to have killed 13 people over two years, has been shot dead in India.
More than 150 people were part of a man-hunt for the tiger after India’s Supreme Court issued a hunting order.
A paraglider, infrared cameras and sharpshooters on the backs of elephants were used to catch the animal.
Disputes have erupted after the killing as media reports suggest there was no attempt made to tranquilise the tiger.
Wildlife activists are outraged at the news with one claiming that it's a case of "coldblooded murder."