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Another wolf sighting in Hesse? This animal was actually observed

The wolf is slowly becoming at home again in Germany. This is shown by various wolf sightings. In Dietershausen (Fulda district) – despite being sighted by a local resident – another animal was probably on the move.

Dietershausen – A man from Dietershausen (Fulda*) made an unusual discovery. He saw an animal trudging through the snow at a forest entrance. Maybe a wolf roaming the Fulda district? After a few sightings in the past few months in Hesse*, he wrote to the Hessian State Agency for Nature Conservation, Environment and Geology (HLNUG) and sent photos and data to the Hesse Wolf Center (WZH). Its experts explained to* which animal the sighting actually was.

In Dietershausen it would have been the first evidence of a wolf. Most recently, a she-wolf from Thuringia had settled in the Hessian Rhön*. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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