The Netherlands’ first wolf (pack) may be settling in Drenthe

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A wolf may be in the process of settling in the nature reserves of the province of Drenthe, Dutch forestry commission Staatsbosbeheer said on its website on Tuesday.

Confirmed sightings of a wolf have been reported over a period of months but a wolf is only considered to have established a territory if he stays in the same place for a period of at least six months, Staatsbosbeheer says.

More research is necessary, the forestry commission said, for instance to find out if the sightings are of the same wolf or that various wolves are roaming the area.<<<Read More>>>