France: Wolf identified in southeast Vienne is first in a century

From The Connexion in France:

A wolf has been found in Vienne, southeastern France, for the first time in a century – after the animal suffered from eradication in the 1930s.

The animal was discovered dead next to a railway link near the commune of Lathus-Saint-Rémy, in the southeast of the department.

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