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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - P.C. Tyagi
Wildlife officials in India are planning to put the country's rising monkey population on birth control to tackle the growing menace in its towns and cities, The Telegraph in Great Britain reported.
"The population is increasing in the cities, they are causing a disturbance. People can't come out of their houses, they're taking clothes, biting people," he said. "One of the main advantages [of oral contraception] is that it is non-surgical. We'll look at how it works in other countries, carry out a trial, then we'll go ahead. If there are problems with the dosage, we'd need to work that out."
Professor P.C. Tyagi of the institute said he and his colleagues would move forward with the plans when they are sure the practice won't harm the animals.