Creatures' Comforts Clash with India's Human Needs India is known for revering and tolerating animals large and small, from slow-moving cows who clog streets to macaques running wild at the Parliament building. But the deep-rooted regard for sacred creatures causes major problems in an overcrowded naiton. Miranda Kennedy reports.
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Creatures' Comforts Clash with India's Human Needs

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Creatures' Comforts Clash with India's Human Needs

Creatures' Comforts Clash with India's Human Needs

Creatures' Comforts Clash with India's Human Needs

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India is known for revering and tolerating animals large and small, from slow-moving cows who clog streets to macaques running wild at the Parliament building. But the deep-rooted regard for sacred creatures causes major problems in an overcrowded naiton. Miranda Kennedy reports.