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Scientists are looking at the impact of wolf shooting in Switzerland

Summary by Le Temps
This winter in Switzerland, 46 wolves from 17 packs, about 15% of the country's population, were eliminated following the authorizations granted by the Confederation. Reproductive individuals were shot. What will be the consequences of these shootings? Scientists have launched monitoring projects. On Saturday, April 6, Vaud farmers deposited the bodies of 12 sheep, allegedly killed by a wolf, on the steps of the cantonal government seat in Lausa…

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