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Covered with bunnies on Japan’s “Rabbit Island”

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On the island of Ōkunoshima, Japan, there are hundreds of friendly feral rabbits. These rabbits are so friendly — and so ready to eat bunny food from rabbit-happy tourists — that when people come for a visit, the internet-famous animals might swarm or chase them a wee bit (like in this viral video) to get some bunny snacks.

Travel to the Japanese island nicknamed Usagi Jima, or Rabbit Island, in these videos by Youtuber My BB Bunny:

Fun fact: A group of rabbits is known as a colony or a nest.

In the archives: Crocheting with English Angora Rabbit Wool, Bunnies and Wolves: An animal adventure in New York, and this bunny jumping competition.

via The Dodo.

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