A woman from Wiltshire believed to have died after being mauled by stray dogs in Greece may have been attacked by wolves.
Celia Hollingworth from Bradford on Avon was reported missing on Thursday.
The 62 year old disappeared while walking back to her accommodation in the north of Greece, following a visit to a nearby archaeological site.
Coroner Nikolaos Kifinidis told The Times newspaper that the condition of remains found on Saturday suggested she was not attacked by stray dogs.
"It seems like she may have been attacked by other wild animals, like rabid wolves and jackals," he said.
There are an estimated one million stray dogs in Greece, however wolves are common to the wooded region.
It's reported Ms Hollingworth tried to call her family in the UK after being attacked but lost signal on her phone.
She was a retired administrator from the University of Bristol, who latterly devoted her time to raising money for good causes, including Syrian refugees.