Tourism warning: Rome hit by influx of wolves running riot on outskirts of Italian capital


Vicious wolves running riot on the outskirts of Rome could spark chaos for the city’s booming tourism levels.

A number of the species have been spotted near the Appia Antica Park, just under three miles from the centre of the historic city, with a warning the species are “dangerous” for people who come in contact with them. The sightings will be a blow to Rome’s impressive tourism trade, which pulls in over 6 billion euros to the nation’s economy each year.

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