The article, entitled "Human Perceptions Mirror Realities of Carnivore Attack Risk for Livestock: Implications for Mitigating Human-Carnivore Conflict", compares the realities of where tigers and leopards attack livestock to how people perceive attacks on the landscape.
Spoiler alert: people are really good at predicting where carnivores might attack livestock! But then why do attacks still occur? Read the article to find out!
Read Yale's press release.