The issue of wild animal conservation is always a contentious one because, despite the fact that many species are in risk of going extinct, some people defend the indiscriminate killing of particular animals for sport or “protection”.
A couple of wolves in this issue have been given the death penalty by some locals.
The Wedge wolf pack has already lost seven members, and the final two monsters may increase this disgraceful total.
The biggest worry of the ranchers who currently reside in the region where these animals roam freely is that the wolves may harm their commercial livestock.
Wolves have in the past broken into stables and attacked the locals’ animals. Because of this, the locals banded together to “terminate” these magnificent creatures and stop them from harming the lives of the livestock they had nearby.
Everyone is aware of the harm that these creatures may pose to a community, but unlike other animals, wedge wolves don’t frequently show up in backyards of homes.
They tend to avoid areas with a lot of people because they are lonely creatures by nature.
There haven’t been any reports of wolves attacking anyone in the region up to this point. The fact that the pair is still alive and of reproductive age and may easily procreate, however, causes the villagers tremendous alarm.
Past requests from the farmers resulted in seven wolves being slain by the neighborhood police. a problem that at the time troubled more than one foundation.
Recently, the Wolf Conservation Center group publicly opposed their plans to threaten the lives of the last remaining wolves in the wolf wedges region.