How one animal was put to sleep in Kerala.
Wildlife by Suresh P. ThomasDec 29, 2012
Jean Paul Sartre
would have culled an existential hero out of him. He was a gypsy by compulsion.
Throughout the ten years of his life, he never managed to establish a territory
of his own, always driven out by his stronger peers. With a length of 246 cm,
he was considerably undersized. He had small genitals. One of his canines was
missing, two were broken. His lungs, were dysfunctional—infected to a degree of
seventy percent with paragonimus. He could not chase his prey; he could not
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Suresh P. Thomas
is a Malayalam writer who has published three works of fiction. He lives in Kottayam.
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