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el presidente de la asociación ecologista aranesa Avalon, Carlos Montero
There may be as many as four lone wolves, all male, in the Catalan Pyrenees which have made their way from French Cerdanya. However, there are grounds for some pessimism as the French population is under serious pressure from hunting and so individuals are only arriving in dribs and drabs.Note: The last Catalan wolf was shot in Terra Alta in the south of the Principality in 1929 (1935?), though the animal is thought to have disappeared from the Sierra de Cadí more than 100 years ago.http://www.iberianature.com/material/wolf.html#cataloniahttp://www.iberianature.com/mammals/wolves/And see also Avui article at start of this thread:http://www.iberianatureforum.com/index.php?topic=455.0
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