Wolf male in Juvbergetreviret died a natural death. Environmental Prosecutor Lars Magnusson has written off during the day all suspected serious hunting offenses and completed the preliminary investigation, the wolf probably died after being kicked by a moose.
The 26 November found the male in Juvbergetreviret death north of Sysslebäck in Värmland. The wolf was found was mainly because it was part of the so-called Grenseviltprojektet and had a transmitter around the neck.
As the Swedish Hunting could tell on Wednesday was part wolf male as one of the eight tagged wolves in the project. The bitch in Juvberget also has a necklace with transmitter.
When the wolf died in late November, began the so-called mortality transmitter, and a nature watcher at the County Administrative Board of Värmland were right on the body.
Wolf The body was sent to the National Veterinary Institute, SVA, Uppsala Autopsy. At the same time began environmental prosecutor Lars Magnusson, a preliminary investigation of aggravated illegal hunting crimes.
On Thursday took environmental prosecutor decision to close the investigation.
- The wolf has been X-rayed and autopsy. It has damage caused by external violence in the chest and head. Veterinarians estimate that it has been kicked by a moose, says Christina Hallin, press communicator at police Bergslagen.
There are no signs of gunshot wounds, no bullets or fragments of bullets and no fractures.