They're destructive to the nation for certain reasons. Russian boars spread diseases to humans and animals. Gardens, lawns, trees, fences, aircraft, vehicles, motorcycles, and other items are damaged by them.
According to studies, household cats kill 6.3 to 22.3 billion animals and 1.3 to 4.0 billion birds annually. The IUCN has recorded 33 current mammal, bird, and reptile extinctions caused by free-ranging cats, or 14%.
Nutria are also invasive animals, so, therefore, they cause various damages. They have a reputation for contaminating water and causing a variety of diseases in both animals and people, including septicemia and tuberculosis.