Analysis of ancient wolf bones by Polish and Czech scientists reveals cut marks.
TFN’s Nick Westerby takes a virtual stroll through Poland’s countryside to find out more about the country’s 35,000 species of animals and 28,000 species of plants and fungi.
Official statistic book reveals figures on everything from wage growth to the number of wolves prowling the nation’s forests.
Taking seven years to conduct their research, the team of scientists under Prof. Robert Mysłajek from the Warsaw University’s Institute of Genetics and Biotechnology gathered and genetically analysed 2,300 samples of excrement, urine, fur and fragments of tissues from dead wolves from all over Poland.
The badly injured cub nicknamed Klincz was found lying on the side of a road after being hit by a car. Following a month of rehabilitation he was eventually released back into the wild after researchers tracked his pack down.