U.S., Sept. 28 -- Tanzania 's two-year anti-poaching program has registered mixed results with a spike of a quick increase in wildlife populations in protected parks and game reserves causing rise of human-wildlife conflict.

Counted as a blessing by trustees, conservators and patrons of wildlife and wild creatures conservation and protection, the increasing number of wild animals in their natural habitats had so far, created fear in local communities living in this part of Africa .

Movements of wild animals are now a common scenario in some parts of Tanzania after a successful anti-poaching operation that had seen wildlife poachers getting tough penalties through Tanzanian legal courts.

Local communities living near wildlife habitats h...