Up to 100 wolves detected in Norway

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So far, between 86 and 96 wolves have been detected in Norway, a survey shows.

The figures appear in a new preliminary status report from the winter’s registration of wolves in Norway and border crossings, which the Inland College has made on the assignment from Rovdata.

Much of the winter mapping of wolves still remain in Norway, but from 1 October to 27 January, 86–96 wolves have been documented in Norway.

Of these, between 50 and 53 only exist in Norway, while between 34 and 41 are located on both sides of the national border with Sweden. For two of the wolves, the border status is uncertain.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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