Rabbits Island In Japan
By HUDA REHALL
Ōkunoshima, nicknamed “Hare Island,” is home to — prepare yourself — swarms of cushy rabbits. Situated between Japan’s fundamental islands Honshu and Shikoku, the island was utilized during World War II as a military site that housed toxic substance gas offices, per Amusing Planet. Legend has it that the bunnies were brought to the island to test the impacts of the toxin when the war finished. Then again, The Los Angeles Times recommends the hares may have been left on the island by schoolchildren, inconsequential to any noxious mystery military action.
In any case, the hares did what hares specialize in. A 2014 article in The Dodo assessed the quantity of rabbits (alright, fine. Hares!) at 700.
Normally, numerous tourists flock to the island nowadays to spend time with the adorable rugged followed occupants.