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Extinct until thirty years ago, red deer (Cervus elaphus) have been reintroduced in Abruzzo and are now returning in large numbers to many areas, re-establishing their ancient range. They are an attractive species and an important prey for wolves, but on the other side they seem responsible for great damage to forestry and agriculture.
Extinct until thirty years ago, red deer (Cervus elaphus) have been reintroduced in Abruzzo and are now returning in large numbers to many areas, re-establishing their ancient range. They are an attractive species and an important prey for wolves, but on the other side they seem responsible for great damage to forestry and agriculture.
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