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Nature.com: Protected species. Norway wolf cull will hit genetic diversity

Artikkeldato: 3.11.2016 Av: Elina Immonen & Arild Husby Norway’s regional management authorities have approved plans to cull up to 70% of its grey wolves (Canis lupus). Because the current population consists of just 65–68 individuals, of which only 21 are thought to be sexually mature (see go.nature.com/2euyixy), this cull and the subsequent loss of genetic …

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The Guardian: Romania bans trophy hunting of brown bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats

Artikkeldato: 5. 10. 2016 Unexpected move reverses a trend that has seen increasing numbers of large carnivores shot by hunters each year since Romania’s accession to the European Union Romania has banned all trophy hunting of brown bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats in a surprise decision that gives Europe’s largest population of large carnivores …

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