Wolves may be making a comeback in rural Denmark after at least five of the creatures were found to have settled in the west of the country.Peter Sunde, a prominent zoologist from Aarhus University, claims to have obtained DNA evidence that not only proves wolves have returned to the west Jutland region, but that one female has travelled over 500km (310 miles) from Germany to settle there.“We expect that they will have cubs this year or the next,” said Sunde, speaking to AFP.“People were very surprised when wolves first appeared in Denmark but they are highly mobile and are just as adaptable to cultural landscapes as foxes are. The only problem historically is that we killed them.”

Source: Great migration: Female wolf found to have travelled 500km to settle in rural Denmark — RT Viral