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12 wolf puppies born in Norway this spring

12 wolf puppies born in Norway this spring

Postby Collie » Fri May 26, 2017 8:56 am

State nature conservation reports that 12 wolf puppies have been born in Hedmark this spring. There were two litters in Slettåsreviret and Osdalenreviret with a total of 12 pups. They were discovered when they were doing GPS marking of wolves in the area.

A final status report from last winter's monitoring is completed. As of April 7th, preliminary results showed that in 2016 four litters were born in all-Norwegian wolf packs and six litters in border areas between Norway and Sweden.

"The puppy litters born in 2016 have been observed in the territories Aurskog, Letjenna, Julussa and Osdalen, as well as the border areas Slettås, Varåa, Juvberget, Skugghöjden, Magnor and Skillingsmark," says Jonas Kindberg, leader in Rovdata.

The parliament has established a national goal for the number of litterpuppies of wolves to be born in Norway and border crops each year. The target is 4 to 6 wolf litters, of which at least three litters should be all-Norwegian.

https://www.abcnyheter.no/nyheter/2017/ ... -i-hedmark
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Re: 12 wolf puppies born in Norway this spring

Postby Skilpadde » Thu Jun 01, 2017 12:26 am

Yay! Let's hope they're not shot by peasants who send their sheep straight out into nature and think wolves eating some of them are the problem. :evil:
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Re: 12 wolf puppies born in Norway this spring

Postby Skilpadde » Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:33 pm

and now the fucking peasants (pissants) have started a new wolf hunt with dogs, and brag about how its never ben hunted wolf this way in norway (whoreway) before. gaaaaad I hate pissants!!!!!!!! the inbred retards need to fucking use shepherds or keep their damn sheep (sheep for sheeple i guess) within a fenced area FFS! They manage to do so in other countries. It's not the wolf's fault that the lowlife send the food straight out into nature.
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