If you are a wolf, you apparently do not mind to travel far to get some female company.
Thus is a wolf that night to 22. december skambed or killed the four sheep at the Voldum to the south of Randers, now appeared in the northwest Selsvig-Holstein, writes Randers Amtsavis.
According to Peter Sunde, which is ulveekspert and senior research fellow at the institute for Bioscience at Aarhus University, wolf is on the hunt for a mate.
- the Wolf is probably taken on damejagt, as it is to be parringstid. It has stayed relatively long in the same area, so my bet is that it now makes an extra effort to find a mate. If the no hunulv have found on Djursland, it's not much about it, he says.
the 112 - 6. jan. 2019 - at. 15:56 Wolves-gunner facing forward: Why I chose to kill the
the Way you have ruled the wolf's journey is through the DNA-traces, poetic baptized GW900m, which were collected by the attack in Voldum. The same DNA track is now surfaced by a total of eight attacks in Schleswig-Holsen between 12. and 20 January. Both originated from the same wolf.
According to the ulveeksperten can a healthy wolf easily travel around 50 kilometers a day. He does note, however, that it is therefore not uncommon for wolves in Denmark and Germany cross the border.
however, It is not to say, about the wolf returns home against Danish hunting grounds again. It depends entirely on whether the journey is bearing fruit.
- If the judge considers that there are better conditions in Germany, and it does not immediately come on, it can probably easily find to turn about again and come back to Denmark, says Peter Sunde.
At one point in its travel toward the south, the wolf will hit the river Elbe. Here will be the really put to the test, where it must decide whether it will try to swim across, or simply turn on again. Therefore, it may be, that the lone he-wolf turns its nose against the Danish Djursland again.
the World on the inside - 3. jan. 2019 - at. 19:39 Will test the wolves-fact: Here is feeding her mouth