St. Jakob – After finding a cork over two years in the Sanfermin fiestas of St. Jakob, it is believed that a wolf breached the animal. "Based on today's evidence, there is a certain suspicion," said Martin Janovsky, curator of the big farmers, in a liberated country.
The Lissarre District Officer's official veterinarian was responsible for the site's investigation: A DNA study of the samples will provide more information: "As a genetic test, the current test result can be confirmed, and the allocation of the population is possible," Janovsky says. The results are expected in two to three weeks.
The wolf was not seen in the municipality of San Jakob defereggio, according to current information. However, a few days ago, the remains of the deer cortex were found near the nearby dead deer. "The connection can not be excluded," says Janovsky. (TT.com)