Translated from Dutch news agency ANP:
Wolf population doubled in Germany
Tuesday, January 17, 2012, 10.05
The German wolf population is expanding at a rapid pace. Throughout Germany there are now 100 to 120 wolves. That’s double the number of wolves in 2010.
This says Norman Stier, a biologist at the Technical University of Dresden. It is based on recent surveys. Taurus says that wolves in Germany get food fairly easily. “Roe deer, red deer and wild boar, probably there are enough of those.”