Montenegro is the 39th largest country in Europe (so not huge) and was also part of Yugoslavia. This means that there has been a great deal of change over the last few years. Montenegro lies at the far end of the Dinirac alps, and more than 2/3 of the country is considered mountainous.

Wolves are not a protected animal in the country and are numbered 200-300 Wolf hunting is therefore not prohibited but is not currently organized in such a way as to drive the animal to local extinction.

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There are currently thought to be just 60-120 Balkan lynx spread across a large area(about 5 countries).  It is not thought that there are any Eurasian lynxThe bear population is small, numbering 50-100. Golden jackals can also be seen in various parts of the country.

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