Calls for rubber bullets to be used to ward off wolves seen close to schools in Italian Alps

From The Telegraph in the UK:

Wolves are prowling so close to schools and villages in the mountains of northern Italy that wildlife rangers want permission to ward them off with rubber bullets.

Authorities in Trentino, a province in the Dolomites, have requested permission from the government in Rome for rangers to be able to use rubber bullets if the wolves get too close to inhabited areas.

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