Nine wolves found dead in Italy national park, presumed poisoned

In the National Park of Abruzzo, one of Italy’s most famous national parks, at least 9 wolves have been found dead in a week. According to the park, this is probably because farmers poisoned them. A statement from the park, Lazio and Molise said it appears poisoned bait had been placed for the animals, but police are still investigating. Three vultures and two ravens were also found dead in the park.

Small group of farmers

The park’s statement indicates they believe a small group of farmers is behind this poisoning, with baits soaked in chemicals found over the past few days. “Criminals want to send Europe’s Green Region, a symbolic place where humans and predators coexist peacefully, back to the Middle Ages,” the statement said. The park therefore insists on severe penalties. “One wonders why people in 2023 are still doing these archaic and cowardly acts”

The National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, located in Central Italy between Rome and Naples, has an area of ​​about 500 square meters and is home to various species of animals such as hawks, bears, deer and lynx.

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