Selvaggina is the Italian word for game, animals killed in a hunt. It also pertains to meat from Wild animals that is used for food, as in making a salumi
Other definition:
Selvaggina is the Italian word for game, as in fallow deer, small deer native to Europe and Asia made into Bocconcino di daino

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