The Tokyo Metropolitan Government plans to launch a sweeping operation this month against the capital’s crows, notorious for attacking piles of garbage and even small animals.

Tokyo officials will set up wood-and-wire cages at some 100 locations in the capital, including parks, in a campaign to crack down on the birds.

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