Wolf likely mauled sheep in north Luxembourg

From the Luxembourg Times:

A wolf likely killed a sheep in the north Luxembourg village of Troisvierges, which could be the fifth specimen of its kind to be found in the Grand Duchy in five years, after the protected species became extinct in much of Europe in the 19th century.

It is likely that the sheep was mauled by a wolf based on the bite marks, the nature administration agency said in a press release on Tuesday. The field where the dead sheep was found was searched with a dog trained to smell wolves who also signalled that the animal had been present.

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