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Villagers in India are resorting to extreme measures in order to protect their crops from elephants.
The photographs show villagers from Bishnupur, India hurling firebombs at a mother elephant and her baby to try and stop the animals getting near their crops.
The photographer, Biplap Hazra, told Caters News that situations like this are common, and that he wishes to raise awareness about them.
"This happens because the villagers have to save their crops. There are many elephant corridors in human habitations. I try to show and spread my photos to increase public awareness on the matter".
Deforestation in India is causing elephants to stray closer to humans, as their habitats grow smaller, reports Caters News.
Another photo shows the confused mother and baby attempting to cross a railway line that cuts directly through their home.
Villagers will throw firebombs, rocks and sticks at elephants that get too close to their crops.
Mr Hazra previously won the 2017 Sanctuary's Wildlife Photographer of the Year award, for a photograph of an elephant and her calf running from a mob throwing tar soaked balls of flame.
The image is titled "Hell is here".