From The Brussels Times:

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) on Tuesday called on the Belgian Government to adopt an active policy that helps farmers financially and technically to protect their animals, following the sighting of at least two wolves in Limburg.
In the spring, a female wolf, Naya, had been sighted in the province. A second animal, male, has since been spotted. The two specimens have been photographed together. Should they form a couple, young cubs could become part of their pack next year.

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