How would you like to be dropped off on a remote island in the Pacific that's overrun with wild animals? Sounds a little like Survivor. That is, unless you're talking about Ōkunoshima, in which case you're about to make a lot of new rabbit friends. Score!
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Watch And Learn: Fascinating Content About Unique Islands
Welcome to Rabbit Island
Key Facts In This Video
Wild rabbits have no defenses against predators except the ability to run fast. 00:28
The Japanese island Ōkunoshima was used to make poison gas during WWII in secrecy. 01:35
The rabbits on the Japanese island Ōkunoshima have no predators anywhere on the island. 02:39
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