Nine wolf pup litters have been detected in Norway and border areas with Sweden this winter

Wolf pupsPhoto: Terje Håheim / NTB
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So far this winter, a total of nine litters of wolf pups have been documented in all-Norwegian territories and common border areas with Sweden, according to Rovdata figures.

So far this winter, wolf litters have been documented in the all-Norwegian territories of Hornmoen, Mangen, Setten, and Slettås.

In addition, litters have been documented in the three border areas of Magnor, Fjornshöjden, and Rømskog and in the two areas of Varåa and Ulvåa, Rovdata leader Jonas Kindberg noted in a press release.

So far this winter, a total of 77–94 wolves have been registered in Norway and the border areas.

The Norwegian parliament (Storting) has set a national population target of four to six annual wolf litters in Norway and in border areas.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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