Grey wolf spotted between France’s Charente and Dordogne for first time in almost a century

From The Telegraph in the UK:

A grey wolf has been sighted near the border between Charente and Dordogne in southwestern France – the first seen in the area for almost a century as the once-extinct predator continues to spread around the country.

The beast was spotted and filmed by a local woman, Marine Varraniac-François, 28, on Monday morning as she was driving home after dropping off her son with his childminder in the village of Gurat.

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