(RABBITS/CUTE ANIMAL VIDEOS) Unlike Big Major Cay, or ‘Pig Island,’ which is swarming with swine, the small Japanese island of Okunoshima–better known as ‘Usaga Jima’ or ‘Rabbit Island’–is occupied by hundreds of wild rabbits. The rabbit population exploded from only five individual bunnies first introduced to the island in the 1960s, all thanks to an incredible reproduction rate, lack of predators, and plenty of tourists eager to feed the floppy-eared furballs. — Global Animal

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