Men Animal Conflict Resolution

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The human population in North East India has increased at a rapid rate in the past fifty years as compared to the animal population. Due to that number of vehicles increased in the road which causes more accidents in the areas near to kaziranga national park and other wildlife regions. Between 1980 and2003, more than 1,150 humans and 370 elephants have died as a result of human–elephant conflicts in NE India. So we have designed an advanced alarming system based on deep learning and image processing, which will warn the people in an area if elephants or other animals are approaching them. This will not only reduce the accidents in the streets with animals but will also provide time to the people residing in the villages near wildlife areas in case of emergency.