Inbreeding in Scandinavian wolves is worse than we thought | ScienceNordic

Wolves in Norway are a hot-button issue, with the latest arguments related to whether or not the animals can be hunted or if they are protected by an international wildlife convention.But virtually no one disputes that the isolated population of 430 wolves in Scandinavia is highly inbred, descended from a handful of animals that arrived in the region in the 1980s and 1990s.

Source: Inbreeding in Scandinavian wolves is worse than we thought | ScienceNordic

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