PHOTOS of human feces and fast food wrappers strewn across a protected natural park have been exclusively obtained by the Olive Press.
The images, taken at Sierra de Grazalema, show several vehicles and tents using the area to sleep despite signs banning camping.
Declared a biosphere reserve in 1977 and ranging across more than 50,000 hectares, the park includes a range of mountains and lakes.
Know for its extensive flora, the area is home to seven species that only exist in its habitat.
As well as plants, the rock crags are the perfect place for numerous communities of birds to flourish, including the rare Egyptian vulture.
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