According to The Times, farmers on the outskirts of Rome sleep next to their sheep in cars to protect them from packs of wolves. Three packs of wolves hunt sheep in Veio Park near Rome’s northern suburbs. “I lost 50 sheep to wolf attacks and they roam around during the day showing that they are getting braver,” Massimiliano Cesari told the newspaper. He added that when his sheep’s bells ring because a wolf has frightened them, he turns on his headlights and starts screaming to protect his flock.
Dyson announces new gadget
Dyson has announced a portable air purifier with built-in noise-cancelling headphones. The product, dubbed Zone, uses a visor to “direct a continuous stream of purified air to your nose and mouth without touching your face.” To the company. However, some early reviewers have complained that despite the music and noise-cancelling technology, the “whir of the air-cleaning units is still audible,” Sky News reported.
First sighting of Loch Ness in 2022
The first official sighting of the Loch Ness Monster in 2022 was recorded after a veteran observer claimed to have spotted “two objects moving parallel to each other” across the water. Eoin O’Faodhagain watched the webcam live stream as he spied on the two objects. Responding to skeptics, he said: “The more northerly object makes a sharp left turn leaving an unusual trail, you’d have to rule out a log or debris and it doesn’t make sense for a seal to react that way. ”
https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/956270/farmers-in-rome-sleep-in-cars-to-protect-sheep Farmers in Rome sleep in cars to protect sheep