Wolf attacks benefit far-right politicians, study finds

From the Minnesota Reformer:

Wolf attacks on livestock boost the electoral fortunes of candidates of far-right political parties, according to a new study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The study analyzed data from Germany, where wolves have been reintroduced in recent decades following their eradication in the 20th century. Wolf attacks on livestock, which were virtually unheard of prior to 2000, now occur hundreds of times per year.

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