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Wild animals feeding on wolf prey remains in Slovenia

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Published on Mar 10, 2012

Recordings from monitoring of prey remains from grey wolf pack "Gotenica" in Northern Dinaric Mountains in Slovenia (Central Europe) using autmoatic video camera. Several species of birds and mammals scavenged on dead female red deer: Common Buzzard, Ravens, Eurasian Jay, Golden Eagles, Red Fox, and Brown Bears. Monitoring indicated importance of wolf predation for many animals with which wolves coexist in forest ecosystems. Copyright: Miha Krofel, University of Ljubljana, project SloWolf (www.volkovi.si)

Posnetki iz spremljanja dogajanja ob ostankih plena volkov iz tropa "Gotenica" na Kočevskem (Severni Dinaridi, Slovenija). Z ostanki stare košute so se hranile mnoge vrste ptic in sesalcev: kanja, krokarji, šoja, planinski orel, lisica in medvedi. Spremljanje ostankov plena je pokazalo velik pomen plenjenja volkov za mnoge vrste s katerimi sobivajo v gozdnem ekosistemu. Avtorske pravice: Miha Krofel, Biotehniška fakulteta Univerze v Ljubljani, Life+ projekt SloWolf (www.volkovi.si)

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