Artikkeldato: 16. 9. 2016
EXCLUSIVE: ANIMAL campaigners have blasted Norway’s department for wildlife after it sanctioned the death of 70 per cent of the country’s wolf population.
The Scandinavian country’s decision to exterminate 47 of the predators this year, when it only has a wolf population of 65-68 animals, was revealed on Friday.
It has been meet with massive protests from animal and environmental campaigners, who have condemned the decision and branded it as a “massacre”.
Silje Lundberg, the interim leader of Naturvernforbundet, Norway’s largest environmental organisation, slammed the decision as she added it was setting the country back more than 150 years.