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"The Nunavut News/North, Monday, 20th
October 2014 (page 3) reports that the “European
Union is allowing the unhindered import and sale of sealskins from Nunanvut´s
"According to the Nunavut newspaper the “EU will now allow indigenous seal products without restrictions based
on type or intended use, and that non-indiginous people can now participate in
the production of seal products”.
In a world where natural areas are being encroached and "developed" (= messed up) all the time by people, for wolves, happy times are when no humans are around.
This is quite true and understandable since our species has had a long history of treating, persecuting and killing wolves like vermin.
In countries such as the United States, where the crime of totally exterminating the Passenger Pigeon (Ectopistes migratorius) was committed not long ago, you would expect that everybody should already have learned the lessons.
More so now that national libraries are bursting with scientific literature and internet and TV stations carry so many documentaries on nature.