There Is An Island In Japan That Is COVERED In Bunnies

Happy Easter?!

1. Ōkunoshima (Bunny Island) is an island located in a Japanese inland sea between Hiroshima and Shikoku.

2. The island was used during World War II as a military site for the manufacturing of poison gas.

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3. It was a top secret operation, with the island being wiped off many maps.

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7. Here’s some bunnies straight chillin’ outside a building.

8. And this bunny isn’t taking any of your shit.

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9. These bunnies are just looking for some friends.

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10. These bunnies are just ‘laxin.

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Also lets bring attention to the fact that there’s probably a large amount of bunny poop also on the island.

11. And this is the most photogenic bunny on the face of the Earth.

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12. Ōkunoshima: Where rabbits go when they die.

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