Rubber trees have been a common sight on the Australian bush for hundreds of years.
However, the tree can be a serious nuisance and is a major source of heat, water and other pollutants to surrounding areas.
It is a common problem in Melbourne, with the city having more than 1,000 rubber trees in its borders.
Rubber trees are known to grow up to 60cm in diameter, but can grow to 100cm in length.
The trees can also cause serious burns, especially in the winter.
When the rubber tree grows into a thicket, it can also become a nuisance.
If you find a rubber tree, or a large tree with a tree-like growth, check it for any signs of damage.
To prevent a tree from becoming a nuisance, make sure it is kept in an enclosed space and that it is not disturbed.
If the tree is not properly cared for, it could cause the rubber to become a hazard.