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The rabbits of Okunoshima

The rabbits of Okunoshima

Okunoshima (Rabbit Island): Hiroshima Prefecture

Okunoshima (Rabbit Island): Hiroshima Prefecture

一歩足を踏み入れるともふもふのウサギたちがエサを求めて駆け寄ってくる大久野島に行ってきました - GIGAZINE

一歩足を踏み入れるともふもふのウサギたちがエサを求めて駆け寄ってくる大久野島に行ってきました - GIGAZINE

The Rabbits of Ōkunoshima Island ( video) There’s a small island in Japan inhabited by hundreds of rabbits. If you visit Ōkunoshima, don’t be surprised to find a bunny by your side soon after arriving. While this island was once a chemical testing site, these cuties have reclaimed the place as their own, and the land is now safe for both vacationers and bunnies in many areas. They live peacefully, eating local foods and greeting the occasional visitor who has a treat for them.

The Rabbits of Ōkunoshima Island ( video) There’s a small island in Japan inhabited by hundreds of rabbits. If you visit Ōkunoshima, don’t be surprised to find a bunny by your side soon after arriving. While this island was once a chemical testing site, these cuties have reclaimed the place as their own, and the land is now safe for both vacationers and bunnies in many areas. They live peacefully, eating local foods and greeting the occasional visitor who has a treat for them.

Rabbits in Okunoshima. On this island, rabbits live in 200~300. they are feral. But they are immune to human, so if you make a rasping sound by plastic bag of feed, they will come running up to here. This picture was taken at Hotel in Okunoshima. This island is RABBIT.

Rabbits in Okunoshima. On this island, rabbits live in 200~300. they are feral. But they are immune to human, so if you make a rasping sound by plastic bag of feed, they will come running up to here. This picture was taken at Hotel in Okunoshima. This island is RABBIT.

https://www.google.com/search?q=rabbit island japan

https://www.google.com/search?q=rabbit island japan

大久野島

大久野島

Ōkunoshima, Japan. It’s known as Rabbit Island and that’s because it’s inhabited by hundreds of adorable bunnies.

Ōkunoshima, Japan. It’s known as Rabbit Island and that’s because it’s inhabited by hundreds of adorable bunnies.

okunoshima, rabbit island

okunoshima, rabbit island

A HUSK OF JACKRABBITS  I could not find a photo of more than two jack rabbits together.

A HUSK OF JACKRABBITS I could not find a photo of more than two jack rabbits together.

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