Damage caused by wild boar in Gloucestershire has led to calls for more to be done about controlling the animals. It's estimated there are between 400 - 500 of them roaming free in the Forest of Dean.
But some have been wandering into towns and causing damage. They've even wrecked part of a golf course.
Our Gloucestershire correspondent Ken Goodwin reports:
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