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The German government on Wednesday relaxed rules on culling wolves, as the population of the predator has grown since its return to the country two decades ago.
After a emotional debate pitting environmental against farming concerns, the government decided that wolves can now be shot if they cause "serious damage" to livestock farmers.
Cases - Attacks - Flocks - Cattle - Herds
In cases of repeated attacks against sheep flocks or cattle herds, individuals can be hunted down even if it is unclear which animal in a pack was responsible.
Previously, wolves could only be culled if they were deemed to spell a real threat to human lives.
Ban - Wolves - Animal
A ban has also been imposed on feeding wolves, so as not to encourage the wild animal from shifting...
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