To farmers' chagrin, and classicists' glee, wolves are reportedly active again in the neighborhood of Rome:
Up to now, Italy's few dozen packs have been largely confined to isolated areas of the Appenine mountains, and wolves haven't been spotted in the environs of Rome for 70 years.
Legend has it that twins Romulus and Remus, who founded Rome in 753, were discovered and raised by a she-wolf after being abandoned by their natural mother.
A statue of the wolf suckling the twins stands outside Rome's city hall and is the official symbol of the city.
And, if you're in Miami, you can always go to La Lupa di Roma...