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Oregon Zoo Releases Pygmy Rabbits To The Wild

The zoo has been breeding the endangered bunnies for the last 12 years. On July 19th, they released the last 14 breeding rabbits and their babies at the Sagebrush Flat Wildlife Area in Washington state, a six-acre wild enclosure where they will be protected from predators and have a chance to breed and save their species. Long live tiny adorable rabbits!

 
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