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| 16.02.12 | 12:18
Wolf hunting: Armenian government continues rewards program
The Armenian government issued a call this week to continue hunting and killing of wolves after increasing reports of attacks on rural villages across the country.
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Stupidity. Thanks for posting the article. The Amenian Government is stupid and cruel. And now the world knows it.
This shouldn't happen. Instead of killing wolves there are enough ways of preventing them from attacking. What else has the government tried so far? Wolves are fantastic animals that are needed in a health eco-system. If people hunt them down they will likely never show up to humans anymore which is a shame.....
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