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Australian Rabbits


Originally there were no rabbits in Australia. The first ones were brought in 1859 by an English settler to remind him of home. Since then, their number has been increasing rapidly and so has their competition for food with the native animals. Now, for each person in Australia there are around 16 rabbits.
 
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