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Queen, Her Corgis Could Be Attacked By Wolves & Bears if Royal Estates Rewilded, Tory Peer Says

© AFP 2022 / ADRIAN WYLDQueen Elizabeth II talks with members of the Manitoba Corgi Association during a visit to Winnipeg 08 October 2002. The queen, making her 20th trip to Canada, is the last stop on the year-long jubilee tour celebrating her 50-year reign.
Queen Elizabeth II talks with members of the Manitoba Corgi Association during a visit to Winnipeg 08 October 2002. The queen, making her 20th trip to Canada, is the last stop on the year-long jubilee tour celebrating her 50-year reign.  - Sputnik International, 1920, 08.12.2021
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Shortly before the COP26 summit, top British environmentalist Chris Packham organized a children's march to Buckingham Palace. The move was aimed to deliver a petition with more than 100,000 signatures asking the royal family to rewild its lands.
The recent appeal to the UK’s Queen Elizabeth from naturalist Chris Packham may threaten the monarch and her beloved corgis, said former Tory minister Lord Marland, speaking in the House of Lords on Tuesday.

“Most of us are terrified of someone like Chris Packham, for example,” he said as cited by the Daily Mail. “Imagine going out of Balmoral with your corgis and being confronted by a bear and a wolf. I mean, what sort of people are we listening to?”

In October, Packham filed a petition to the Queen urging her to rewild her entire estate by adopting the Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill, which is expected to be discussed in the House of Lords.
It’s not the first time activists have demanded that the Queen stop using the territory for industrial purposes, which leads to environmental disasters and the death of animals. Earlier, Animal Rebellion activists doused paint on the fountains at Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen.
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