Deers amongst the trees in Dyrehaven.
Deer amongst the trees in Dyrehaven.

The Danish Nature Agency has confirmed that an 'unusually strong' animal is on the loose around Dyrehaven near Copenhagen after a deer was discovered with its head bitten off. The decapitation was said to be 'exceptionally violent' and could only have been caused by a very large and dangerous dog, or a wolf. Wolves have only recently returned to Denmark after an absence of nearly 200 years but so far sightings have only been made in Jutland. Read more:

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