This Japanese Island Is Overrun with Bunnies
You may have heard of Islet Okunoshima, or, as it will henceforth be known, Fluffy Bunny Island. Fluffy Bunny Island is populated by friendly rabbits that have taken it over in the absence of any predators.
Fluffy Bunny Island was a the site of a not-so-fluffy top-secret factory for poison gas during World War II. Some say the island's current residents are descended from the lab bunnies set free by workers at the end of the war. Others believe the rabbits trace their lineage to a group of eight bunnies set free by schoolchildren on a field trip in 1971.
Either way, there are a lot of bunnies.
So many bunnies.
This will be your next vacation. You're welcome.
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