This video says about itself:
Wolf spotted in Netherlands for first time in over 100 years
13 March 2015
A wolf has been seen in the Netherlands for the first time in over a century, with footage showing the predator trotting around near a railway track in Noord-Sleen.
Translated from the Dutch ARK conservationists:
Thursday, July 23, 2015
The wolf which this spring briefly visited the Netherlands was killed. On April 15, a dead wolf was found on the A7 motorway at Berkhof in Germany. DNA research has shown that this was the same animal which visited the Netherlands and Lower Saxony, say Landesjägerschaft Lower Saxony and Lower Saxony Wolfsbüro.
Research shows that the animal was killed by a truck.
that’s really sad…
Yes. This was a young animal, which probably had not had bad experiences with people, so it was not shy while in the Netherlands.
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