Brown bears, wolves and lynx numbers rising in Europe
Land-sharing model of conservation is helping large predators thrive in the wild – and even the British countryside could support big carnivores, study finds
The forests – and suburbs – of Europe are echoing with the growls, howls and silent padding of large predators according to a new study which shows that brown bears, wolves and lynx are thriving on a crowded continent.
Despite fears that large carnivores are doomed to extinction because of rising human populations and overconsumption, a study published in Science has found that large predator populations are stable or rising in Europe.
Brown bear, wolf, the Eurasian lynx and wolverine are found in nearl