Wild boar traps to be tested in Norway

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This summer, Norskog will set traps for the capture of wild boar in Norway. The traps will be set east of Glomma.

The purpose is to investigate to what extent the traps can help reduce the wild boar population, writes NRK.

The government has decided that the stock of wild boar in Norway should be managed with the aim of having as few wild boar as possible, and spread over a minimum area.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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