Swiss lawmaker wants to expel the wolves in ourPodcast, Wednesday, April 25, 2012 20:02:51
Swiss lawmaker Josef Kunz offers his country to expel wolves in Bulgaria and Romania. It reported the online edition of the newspaper "Le matin". The reason MP, member of the lower house of the Swiss People's Party, argued that in these two countries' wolves are natural predators - bears ".
Kunz, who is a member of the canton of Lucerne, offers these predators to be returned in "countries of origin." The proposal is an MP during the debate in the country on the conservation and the wolf population in Switzerland. According to Kunz in the country does not have enough space for wolves. Between arable land and those inhabited by people, no place for wolves, also said Kunz. Asked whether there will be criteria by which animals will be selected and sent to their home countries, he said with a smile, said "Le matin": There will be selective in choosing. A seemingly nice wolf can always be evil, you must expel all "newspaper added that currently the country's authorities debate whether wolves should be treated not as" a protected species, "as it is now, but only as a" protected species ". This will enable many to take prompt action if an animal starts to inflict major damage in the country. According to the World Wildlife Fund population of wolves in Europe is highest in Romania, where there are nearly 2500 copies. "Le matin" indicates that Carc not put forward any scientific evidence to support its request.
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