SDG 15: Life on Land

Wolves and brown bears are being reintroduced in Europe

A pack of grey wolves in the snow.

Grey wolves almost disappeared in the 20th century, but their population has risen by 1,800% since the 1970s. Image: Unsplash/Eva Blue

Lizzy Rosenberg
Associate editor, Distractify
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Grey wolf populations have increased by 1800%, to 17,000. Image: Getty Images


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European bison populations have skyrocketed by 399% since 1971. Image: Getty Images
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