Wild Boar returns (illegally) to Irish pastures

January 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;
The article focuses on the invasion of wild boars in Ireland which is considered as a serious threat for agriculture and also offers information on the Invasive Species Ireland project which has been launched as an action plan in response to the threat by the country's government.


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