Slovenia shoot dozens of bears because of nuisance
The Slovenian authorities give hunters the green light to this year, 93 brown bears and up to eight wolves to shoot. That should prevent the animals increase in numbers and cause a nuisance, reported by the government Thursday.
More than half of the Slovenian territory consists of forest, where about fifty wolves and about five hundred bears live.
Slovenes in the vicinity of the forest to live, often complain about the damage that the animals inflict on their farms. The government is determined, therefore the dierenpopulaties hold in your hand.
Last year, 83 bears and four wolves were killed in the country.