Three wolf cubs were born in a forest near Ralsko, in north Bohemia, this summer, the first such occurrence after more than a century, the news website idnes.cz reported on Wednesday. One of the cubs was captured by a camera trap, another two were noticed by forest workers, according to the report. The return of wolfs to the Czech Republic after over a hundred years was confirmed by a photo of the animal taken in north Bohemia in April.
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