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An Italian photographer documented one of the most fascinating natural phenomena occurring in Rome every year, and it’s also one of the most problematic and stressful for the citizens of the eternal city.
A photo posted to the web site Reddit (By user -Palana) documents one of the entrance roads to the city of Rome in the early evening hours. In the background, you can notice that it’s just moments after the sunset, but sky was completely covered by thousands (if not tens of thousands) of black spots.
Apparently, this is a massive flock of Starling birds that migrate south at this time of year. Experts estimate that at least 4 million starlings migrate to the capital of Italy each year, which is certainly enough to paint the sky in black and the streets of the city in something even less sympathetic.
One of the biggest problems of bird migration is the amount of feces that the birds produce. According to the residents of the city, the bird’s feces can be found everywhere: the beautiful streets of Rome, the magnificent architecture, the manicured trees and even the stylish motorcycles and cars of the Italians.
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