Norway plans to cull 47 of its remaining 68 wolves — Exposing the Big Game


By Kesavan Unnikrishnan yesterday in Environment Norwegian wildlife department is planning to issue hunting permits to shoot up to 47 of an estimated 68 remaining wolves living in wilderness citing harm done to livestock by the carnivores. Norway, which has more than 200,000 registered hunters, has one of Europe’s smallest wolf populations. […]

via Norway plans to cull 47 of its remaining 68 wolves — Exposing the Big Game

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