Cute little bunnies have been attacking cars in parking lots at Denver International Airport,  causing thousands of dollars in damage. Rabbits have been eating the wires under the hoods while travelers leave their cars behind. What are they looking for? Carrots?

According to a story from CBS4 in Denver:

The USDA Wildlife Service is removing at least 100 bunnies every month but the problem persists. The suspects are easily identified by the fur and pellets left behind.

To battle the bunnies, parking lot owners are building raptor perches for hawks and eagles and are also using fox urine as a deterrent.
[CBS4 Denver]

Here is the discussion that Brian, Susan and I had about the bunnies at DIA on Friday morning: