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Descriere: epa09181879 A handout photo made available by the NGO AGENT GREEN shows Romanian bear named Arthur, in his natural environment, in Carpathian Mountains, Romania, 10 August 2019 (issued 06 May 2021). Romanian authorities are investigating the killing of a large brown bear that activists alleged was illegally shot by the Liechtenstein prince Emanuel, during a hunt in the Carpathian Mountains, in March 2021. Environmental NGO's have accused the Liechtenstein royal family prince of shooting a 17-year-old brown bear on a protected nature reserve in an act of trophy hunting, despite the prince claimed he had a hunting paid clearance. Romania is thought to have more than 6,000 brown bears, Europe's largest population, spread across about 30 percent of the country with the highest concentration of them in the Carpathian Mountains. Brown bears are protected from deliberate hunting under the EU habitats directive and derogations can be granted only under special circumstances, such as if the animal is putting the public or other wildlife in danger. The Prince had been given a permit by the Romanian government to hunt a different bear that was damaging farms. EPA/AGENT GREEN / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
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ID fotografie: 14616480
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: BUCHAREST - Romania
Dimensiune: 5009 x 3320 px
Realizat: 2021-05-06
Introdus: 2021-05-06 23:18:09


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