Japan's abandoned island, Ōkunoshima, was once a radiation testing site during WWII. However, when the island was evacuated, due to hazardous chemicals, rabbits somehow found their way onto the island and did what bunnies are known for doing. They repopulated by the hundreds, and the now-named "Rabbit Island" is a popular tourist site.
abbits and their babies at the Sagebrush Flat Wildlife Area in Washington state, a six-acre wild enclosure where they will be protected from predators and have a chance to breed and save their species. Long live tiny adorable ra