Norway To Kill 25% Of Its Wolves

The Norwegian government has decided to kill five of the country’s wolves — a quarter of the entire population. The Norwegian Directorate for Nature has granted licences to hundreds of farmers to kill the wolves as a measure to prevent the loss of domestic livestock, primarily sheep. Three of the wolves have already been shot

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