September 25, 2020

Italians Know What’s Best for Wolves

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Even though in Italy wolves are protected by law, it appears the citizens are taking the law into their own hands, as they well should. Tired of the onslaught of attacks and destruction of property and threats of attacks on humans, some in Italy have taken to killing the wolves and displaying the decapitated heads at the entrance to the town in a fashion described as similar to signs posted by construction workers at construction sites.

This is a link to the original article in Italy.

This is the link to the translated to English version.

Excerpt:

“The severed head of a wolf was found hanging from a sign at the roundabout leading to the cellar social of the Morellino di Scansano, at the entrance of the village. Next to a sign, like that of construction sites, to announce the start of a project entitled “Elimination predators” for “ecosystem restoration”. They were the workers of the hilly town, who have experienced the municipal, to find the gruesome cartel. The sign is also in charge of the yard, “Red Riding Hood”, while security officers are defined “public Spent.””

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