Wild Wolves Are Bouncing Back From Extinction in Europe

Wild Wolves Are Bouncing Back From Extinction in Europe

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Just two decades ago there were no wolves in Germany, after they were hunted to extinction a century ago.

“Wolves were not deliberately reintroduced into the wild in Germany, but returned naturally. They were first spotted 18 years ago, having wandered across the border from Poland,” reports the Telegraph.

They have since established a population of some 150 in eastern Germany and another 50 are roaming in western parts of the country.

(READ the full story in the Telegraph)

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