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Far more hunting dogs are killed by wild boars than by wolves


The number of hunting dogs injured or killed after being attacked by wild boars is increasing sharply. Between 2013 and 2018, the increase was as much as 53 percent, while the corresponding figures for wolves show a decrease of 45 percent.

These are statistics from the insurance company Agria, which insures around 40 percent of the country's hunting dogs, which shows a sharp increase in the number of wild boar attacks on hunting dogs. In 2019, 211 hunting dogs were killed or injured by wild boar. The corresponding number for the wolf was nine.

In the clip above the Jägareförbundet comments on the statistics.

Source: svt

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