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Fox rescued from prohibited wolvenklem
Merelbeke Employees of the VOC Merelbeke have Saturday with the help of the police, a fox from a wolvenklem to liberate. The animal had his paw itself has already been partially bitten off, in a desperate attempt to get out of the terminal to escape.

A member of Natuurpunt hit the fox Saturday afternoon to the Merelbeekse Scheldemeersen, a nature reserve where hunting is allowed. The sanctuary for birds and wild animals in Merelbeke, meanwhile, has filed a complaint with the police. “This is a sad example of hunters, that their wild desire to protect”, says Nick De Meulemeester from the VOC Merelbeke. “Through the snow are the tracks of foxes visible. Hunters make there in this period than use of foxes to hunt.”

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