The wounded wolf sleeps.
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A wolf nursed its wounds Tuesday on a secluded property in the mountains above Beirut, his skin flayed by the metal snare in which he was caught.The NGO was made aware of the wolf when those responsible posted videos of the animal in the trap on social media with the sale price in the text below. Dressed for hunting, they smiled and pointed to the animal with the metal snare around its middle.The animal is under the authority of the Agriculture Ministry, and Ibrahim will determine the best course of action in the next few days in collaboration with Animals Lebanon.There may also be greater public pressure due to the rarity of the animal, Mier said. Though not endangered, wolves are sparse in Lebanon and not many realize they are native to the country.
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