The population of these predators in Chernobyl is increasing, what constitutes a threat to cattle from surrounding villages.
Only the snow falls, the hunters in the vicinity of the Chernobyl zone begin to set traps for wolves.
Local farms pay hunters 150 Belarusian rubles for each dead wolf. This money – almost a third of the monthly salary of the Belarusian hunter Vladimir Krivenik from the village Krepkova, who works as a watchman at the granary.
A Reuters photographer Vasily Fedosenko showed how goes hunting for wolves in the Chernobyl zone.
Attention! In the photo there are scenes of animal cruelty!
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