Island of the (perhaps overly) friendly bunnies

Usaga Jima was once the headquarters of Japan's WWII poison gas research and production facilities. Today, it's home to thousands of rabbits, who rely on the kindness/gullibility of tourists for sustenance. (Video Link)

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  1. This is far too G related for a animal post from Maggie.

  2. Sorry. The link came from my dad.

  3. I'm confused. Asian cuisine has them scraping the absolute bottom of the barrel on what most people consider edible (from cephalopods, to insects, to balut, etc) - and here they have a whole island hopping with lean, tasty protein...

  4. Is this one of those videos where the throng of rabbits parts to reveal a human skeleton?

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