The number of wolf packs and habitats in the Czech Republic is rising


Prague, Feb 26 (CTK) – The number of wolves has been rising in the Czech Republic, mainly in its remote border areas, and the number of wolf habitats in the country reached 18 in 2019, two more than in the preceding year, organisations dealing with nature protection have written in a joint press release.

Out of the 18 wolf habitats, 16 were located along the borders, some touching Czech territory to a small extent only, the Friends of the Earth organisation, the Agency for Nature and Landscape Protection, the Environment Ministry, Charles University and the Prague-seated Life Sciences University (CZU) wrote.

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