Disappearance of Belgium’s first wolf in more than 100 years prompts €30,000 reward offer

From The Independent in the UK:

A reward of £26,700 (€30,000) is being offered for information about the presumed death of a rare wolf in Belgium and her cubs.

Environmentalists blame hunters for the disappearance of the animal, named Naya, who was pregnant again and had a male partner when she was last seen five months ago.

Naya was the first wolf to be sighted in Belgium in a century when she was first spotted in northeast Belgium in January last year.

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