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Island In Japan Has Been Invaded By Thousands Of Cute Bunny Rabbits , And They Are Hungry

Island In Japan Has Been Invaded By Thousands Of Cute Bunny Rabbits , And They Are Hungry

There’s an Island in Japan called Okunoshima or Rabbit Island due to the huge population of rabbits that currently inhabit the island. Originally it was used by the army as an base to secretly manufacture poison gas during World War Two, the tiny island of Okunoshima eventually turned into a wild bunny paradise, but exactly how that happened may never be known.

Some theories claim that the animals were brought over to test the effects of the poison gas on living things while others say kids on a school trip released eight rabbits in 1971 and, well, they haven’t stopped breeding since. According to reports, the tourist offered the bunnies some food and then tried to walk away. That wasn’t so easily done though as the horde of rabbits chased after her as they looked for more food. The video has gone viral from the time it surfaced and its clear to see why!



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