A stuffed wolf on display at the Goerlitz Senckenberg Natural History Museum, with a stuffed wild boar, it's frequent prey, in the background. Researchers Feb. 10, 2014, admitted that even for them, and despite the controversy, seeing a living wolf in Germany is rare. (Claudia Himmelreich/MCT)
A stuffed wolf on display at the Goerlitz Senckenberg Natural History Museum, with a stuffed wild boar, it's frequent prey, in the background. Researchers Feb. 10, 2014, admitted that even for them, and despite the controversy, seeing a living wolf in Germany is rare. (Claudia Himmelreich/MCT) MCT
A stuffed wolf on display at the Goerlitz Senckenberg Natural History Museum, with a stuffed wild boar, it's frequent prey, in the background. Researchers Feb. 10, 2014, admitted that even for them, and despite the controversy, seeing a living wolf in Germany is rare. (Claudia Himmelreich/MCT) MCT

Fear of wolves is roiling Germany once again

February 18, 2014 06:00 AM

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