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    Okunoshima, the Rabbit Paradise in Japan

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    In 1971, a group of school students released eight rabbits on the Japanese island of Okunoshima. You may guess what happened next.

    Currently the island is home to enormous flocks of rabbits who are not afraid of people.

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