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Mourners in Germany Protest Bruno’s Murder

A picture taken during Bruno's last days

A picture taken during Bruno’s last days

Controversy has broken out in Germany over the recent slaying of a brown bear named Bruno in Bavaria. Bruno was the first bear to be sighted in Germany in the past 170 years. After weeks of attempts to catch him alive proved unsuccessful, the environmental ministry gave the go ahead to kill Bruno.

Now hundreds are protesting the murder, and the story has spread internationally. Recent coverage by CNN reads:

“The Association for the Protection of Animals and Human Rights organized the demonstration in the Alpine village where the bear was slain on June 26 by hunters ordered by Bavarian state officials.

Many hotel and restaurant owners in Schliersee have complained of losing hundreds of clients during the normally busy summer season, after tourists decided not to take vacations in the village out of protest over the bear’s killing.”

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