Wolves soon to be ally in neelgai control in Gujarat

From the Times of India:

AHMEDABAD: The drastic drop in the population of the Indian grey wolf in Gujarat, from 1,374 in 2000 to less than 200 now, is worrying wildlife experts. The state forest department has now decided to identify wolf habitats and put radio collars on some animals.
The forest department has set up special breeding centres at Sakkarbaug Zoo, to revive the dwindling Indian grey wolf population. Officials said that there are only about 1,000 wolves left in the country.

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