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Austere and sterile at first glance, the cities we build with their concrete jungles and smelly, impermeable asphalt form an artificial environment that is also home to life. Bats nest in the crevices of buildings, hawks in bell towers, and in some large cities there are between 1 and 3 rats per inhabitant!


Having eradicated their predators, some rodent species proliferate, while others suffer from pollution. Human societies also produce a great deal of waste, which saves local wildlife a great deal of searching and hunting effort. Whether it's nutrient-rich sewage flowing into watercourses, our garbage cans left out in the open, or garbage dumped on pavements, fish, pigeons, rats and sometimes even foxes just have to come and help themselves.

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