French farmers and forestry experts are at a loss to explain a dramatic rise in the numbers of wild boar, apparently linked to increased fertility among the female animals.
Last winter, hunters across the country killed a record 560,000 boar – 10 times more than they were shooting 30 years ago.
But the population is easily replacing itself, and now stands at well over a million.
Category: Nature & Environment
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