By Rund Abdelfatah
HUNTERS are being asked to help out after a plague of rabbits went on the rampage, ravaging farmers crops around the region.
The furry creatures have been devastating sunflower and cereal crops as well as attacking young olive trees.
It has led the Junta to loosen laws on hunting for Malaga province and promise to give out more licences.
“We hope this action is taken fast as if not the rabbits are going to destroy everything,” explained a farmer in Antequera.
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