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Rabbits in Australia - Who's the Bunny?
Issue: Autumn 2006
When rabbits were brought to Australia in the earliest days of settlement, they were regarded as a luxury food and there was no way of foreseeing the damage they would inflict on the Australian landscape. In fact, at first, rabbits were surprisingly difficult to breed – until an enterprising squatter arranged to import a particularly hardy wild strain. by Mark Kellett