The wolves broke a dog from a farm in Turvalepa

The wolf left in front of the photo lens this autumn is still alive, because their hunting is forbidden in Northern Lääne County. The average life expectancy of a wolf is less than two years due to hunting. VALERI SCHERBATH

A wolf broke a dog in the village of Turvalepa. Photo: Valeri Šcherbatõh

On the edge of the village of Turvalepa, the wolves brought a mighty shore from the yard of a forest farm and put skin on a field nearby.

“The dog was open in the yard, at one point the quay was gone and the owner was looking for him,” described Jarro Mihkelson, the head of the Taebla hunting club. “The owner found the dog, or rather its remains, in a field near the farm. Only the backbone remained. ”

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