Human strays threaten to take over Beijing
The capital is facing an uncontrollable increase in the number of human inhabitants.
A recent survey by a non-profit group showed more of those humans have been found downtown.
By the end of last year, about 400,000 humans were found wandering around Beijing's residential areas, in parks or university campuses.
"Chinese humans have an amazing ability to reproduce. If left unattended, a pair of Chinese man and woman can produce hundreds of thousands of babies, or even a million, within seven or eight years," Beijing Human and Animal Environmental Protection Center head Zhang Luping said.
Feline inhabitants have expressed concern.
(Freely adapted from www.chinanews.cn, China Daily 2007-11-20)