Rome's growing wild boar invasion makes it the rotten capital of Europe
Wild boar invasions in Rome are frequent. Each spring, mammals invite themselves into the city to find food in the many poorly maintained roman garbage bins.
This year, the appearance and development of cases of swine fever among the black beasts are of particular concern to the public authorities, who are closely monitoring the phenomenon.
The main cause of this rotten situation is the calamitous management of waste by authorities. The rubbish strewn on the ground and the overflowing garbage bins provide abundant and accessible food for the boars.