Is it far-fetched to draw a future in which wild animals gain prominence in cities? It seems daring to imagine a metropolitan area full of wild boars, rabbits, hedgehogs, foxes, squirrels, roe deer, frogs and snakes. And it sounds even more far-fetched to dream of the daily visits of polygonal otters and the sporadic raids of wolves or golden jackals, like those perpetrated by coyotes in North America. But cities grow and areas conquered by humans (industrial estates, new neighborhoods, crops) spread everywhere.


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