Travelers who park their vehicles in the Denver International Airport are facing rabbit problems with rabbit because these animals have begun to take a liking for electrical wiring, apart from brake linings and clutch linings as reported in denver.cbslocal.com of dated 25th of January 2013 .
In one case, the rabbits chew up the wires that controlled air conditioning of a car - it put the owner back by $700.
These and other repairs cost a lot of money.
It seems as far back as 1999, the rabbits became a menace when they would chew the wires of de-icing equipments and have now become bold enough to attack cars in the parking lot.
Apparently, the agents of the US department of agricultural Wildlife patrol the parking areas and remove the animals when they notice them.
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