An extended wet season and a larger than usual harvest has created the ideal conditions for a rat plague in Karumba. This small coastal town is a fisherman’s paradise known for its barramundi spoils, prawning and crabbing but recently it has become more famous for its rodent problem. Residents of the Queensland fishing town are not only dealing with a population boom, but with what to do with the dead rats. What do you think LiveTribers? Why has a rat plague left piles of dead rodents in a Queensland Town?
Posted by on 02 Feb 2024