For two years, a residential area of Albi has been confronted with an invasion of Tapinoma Magnum ants. These North African insects reproduce at breakneck speed, outcompeting other local ants.

They easily invite themselves into homes, making the lives of residents unlivable. To avoid a total invasion, the Albi metropolitan area will remove part of the neighborhood's concrete slabs, a veritable ant's nest, by replacing them with green spaces and bitumen. The Albigenseoise.