Berlin suffers wild boar invasion

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People in Berlin are growing used to the sight of wild boar in the streets, as increasing numbers of them come into the city to look for food.

Anyone caught feeding them is fined, special fences have been built to keep them out and the city has also had to employ a wild boar hunter to try to control them.

Stephen Evans reports from Berlin.

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