However, there is no accurate estimation on how many wolves currently reside in Estonia. Conflicting monitoring results state that in 2018/2019, there were between 140 and 280 adult wolves and puppies. Last year, according to official statistics, wolves killed 477 sheep, 15 cattle and 12 dogs in Estonia.
Are there any wolves in Estonia?
Estonia is thought to have a wolf population of around 200, which is considered slightly above the optimum range of 100 to 200.
What is the national sport of Estonia?
De facto national sports
|Estonia||Basketball (summer), Ice hockey (winter)|
Do wolves attack humans?
From the small number of documented attacks, it can be concluded that the vast majority of wolves do not pose any threat to human safety. … Most of the unprovoked attacks by healthy wild wolves that have occurred were caused by wolves that became fearless of humans due to habituation.