Where there is prey, especially if in large quantities, there is also the hunter. A very ancient law of nature, created specifically to maintain balance, the essential foundation of life itself and of every healthy and wholesome ecosystem (that is, not contaminated by man). But man has this mania for exaggerating, and here are the consequences. The wolves are now only a few kilometers from Labaro and Prima Porta, therefore a Roma: they are attracted to wild boars and are approaching the more urbanized area of the city. The specimens are at least forty and run between Formello, Sacrofano and Campagnano di Roma as also reported by the reports of Il Messaggero. Some even wake up with a start, clearly hearing howls in the night.
But between wolves and wild boars there is also a struggle for survival: the latter are eating everything and the former are moving much hungrier. So hungry that they often rush headlong into goats, sheep, chickens, geese they find in Roman farms. For the moment, the Parco di Veio has set up a monitoring plan with camera traps to understand where they are moving and has set up some anti-wolf nets to ensure that they do not attack the livestock. Their direction, however, is already partially traced, just follow the prey: the more the boars move towards the center, the more they can feel attracted to it (Courier of the City).