Wolves in Brittany - maybe?

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Wolves in Brittany - maybe?

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https://www.ouest-france.fr/bretagne/po ... up-5916789

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https://observatoireduloup.fr/2018/08/0 ... -bretagne/

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Read of a guy that wants to see wolves released back in Scotland, that would make the next hill walking trip possibly even more interesting.

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After the Storm wrote:
Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:30 am
Read of a guy that wants to see wolves released back in Scotland, that would make the next hill walking trip possibly even more interesting.
I thought the wolves arrived in 1703?

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That first picture looks like next doors farm dog, no hang on it can't be, there isn't a 10m long rusty chain hanging from its neck ! :?
... and we live 9m away !
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After the Storm wrote:
Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:30 am
Read of a guy that wants to see wolves released back in Scotland, that would make the next hill walking trip possibly even more interesting.
Maybe they'll eat the beavers?

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