European Wolves & Bizons 2018 HD Documentary. Europe, excluding Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, has 12,000 wolves in over 28 countries.Greenland has a population of 20–100 wolves, which are afforded protection in approximately 90% of their range, though no compensation is paid for livestock damage.
Portugal has a stable wolf population of 200–300, which is afforded full protection. Compensation is paid for livestock damage Historically, the lowland European bison’s range encompassed most of the lowlands of northern Europe, extending from the Massif Central to the Volga River and the Caucasus. It may have once lived in the Asiatic part of what is now the Russian Federation. The European bison is known in southern Sweden only between 9500 and 8700 BP, and in Denmark similarly is documented only from the Pre-Boreal. It is not recorded from the British Isles nor from Italy or the Iberian Peninsula