A booming population of feral dogs becoming major threat to wolves in Pune district

From hindustantimes.com:

Increasing stray dog population in Pune district is threatening the ancient Indian wolf species. The wolf population is decreasing from their natural habitat due to fights and transmission of infectious diseases like rabies. The Grassland trust is working on a project for wolf conservation, and the forest department is taking measures like dog testing and awareness programmes to protect the wolf population.

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