- May 1, 2014
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Here is the cute baby bunny I discovered crawling around in the garden at my daughter's school yesterday.
Hi Corzhens. A bunny is just a baby rabbit. They aren't indigenous here either. An English gentleman brought a few over for the "sport" of hunting and they breed rapidly. There is saying here "breed like rabbits". I just checked my facts and apparently rabbits were originally brought here with the First Fleet in the 1700's as a source of food. They are a real problem for farmers but those of us who aren't adversely affected by their numbers have the luxury of finding them cute. I certainly do.I'm amused with bunnies. What we have here are rabbits inside the cage because they are not indigenous here. I remember when I was a little girl, it was my dream to have a pet rabbit in a small cage. But we lived in an apartment and there is no place for such pet since the owner of the apartment disallow it.
By the way, is there a difference between a bunny and a rabbit?
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