There is nothing cute and cuddly about the rabbits attacking cars at Denver International Airport. According to a Feb. 15 International Business Times report, bunnies have been wreaking havoc on parked cars at Denver International Airport, causing huge amounts of damages.
Almost 100 of these furry creatures are reportedly removed each month from the airport by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Service because the animals cause hefty damages by chewing on the wires and cables underneath the vehicles.
“They like to chew on the insulator portion of the ignition cables. That’s what we see,” said Wiley Faris, spokesman for Denver area repair shop, Arapahoe Autotek. “That wiring harness has all the wiring for the car so it can run from the hundreds into the thousands depending on where the harness is damaged.”
They have been spotted everywhere around the airport. “I see at least dozens every morning,” airport shuttle driver Michelle Anderson told KCNC-TV. “They go hide under the cars and the cars are warm.”
Local mechanics have found a somewhat unconventional way of dealing with the issue. Unorthodox as it may be, predator urine is all the rage. “We have found a good deterrent is predator urine, you can pick up fox urine at any pro hunting shop,” Faris said.
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