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    This was on the news today.  It sounds like they’ll need help!  Good thing it’s not near me… so tempting.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/edmonton-car-dealership-overrun-with-rabbits-1.3716105



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    Wow!

    That reminds me… Anchorage campground on Grand Manan island in NB is similarly overrun by bunnies. I’m not sure of the history of that but it seems to me they were introduced, originally domestic but became wild over decades. Or I may be wrong and they were always wild. Either way, they’re very used to people, quite tame. Huge hit with the kids for camping families.


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