Wild Boar Hunting To Keep The Spanish Royals Safe

  May 14, 2016 at 3:45 am by

The Patrimonio Nacional, caretaker of the Spanish royal palaces, has announced that 2400 wild boars on the Zarzuela estate need to be removed to assure the safety of the royal family and their visitors. The boars may form a danger as they may carry infections or they may cause traffic accidents on the estate. The Patrimonio asks companies to come with ideas how to remove the boars within two years and in an enthical manner.

La Zarzuela was built in 17th century as a hunting lodge for King Felipe IV. It is still located in a natural reserve. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia are living inthe main palace while the Felipe VI and his family are living in the newly built Pavillion of the Princes.

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