'Hairy Panic' engulfs houses in Australian town

'Hairy Panic' engulfs houses in Australian town
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In Australia it’s known as “Hairy Panic”. Amid very dry conditions, tumbleweeds which form from dead grass have been blowing in from fields and

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In Australia it’s known as “Hairy Panic”.

Amid very dry conditions, tumbleweeds which form from dead grass have been blowing in from fields and engulfing houses and gardens on a daily basis.

Residents of Wangaratta in Victoria blame a local farmer for neglecting his land.

#HairyPanic AUS, UK and US versions… ;) a global trend indeed! pic.twitter.com/8XijK1QYfc

— Liliana GH (@Liliholl) February 18, 2016

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