Spain: Andalucia and others rebel against ban on hunting wolves
Andalucia and other regions of Spain say the ban on hunting wolves has left farmers without the tools they need to protect their livestock.
Andalucia, Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla y Leon, the Community of Madrid and Murcia have announced that they will present an administrative contentious appeal before the National Court to challenge the recent decision to ban hunting wolves in Spain.
Their key point they will make is that the ban is too broad as it includes all species of wolves found in Spain.
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