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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