Norway has delivered over 11,000 hunting licenses for just 16 wolves to be shot and killed, despite total wolf numbers in the country being fewer than 30. Demand the government revoke hunting licenses and protect this severely endangered species.

Petition: Norway has delivered over hunting licenses for just 16 wolves to be shot and killed, despite total wolf numbers in the country being fewer than Demand the government revoke hunting licenses and protect this severely endangered species.

There are only 30 wolves in Norway—and 11,000 people applied to kill over half of them.

There are only 30 wolves in Norway—and 11,000 people applied to kill half of them

There are only 30 wolves in Norway—and people applied to kill half of them: It’s hunting season in Norway, and the number of hunters vastly outnumbers the prey.

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Norway Plans To Kill Most Of Its Wolves

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There are 30-40 grey wolves in Norway. They are on the red list, the government allows to hunt them down.  Foto: Per Løchen / Scanpix

Wolves in Norway need your help. In this link is a poll: "Vil du ha ulv i din kommune?" Please vote JA (yes).

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