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19 Rabbits That Decided they Just Don't Want to Live Anymore (Comics)

Rabbits. We'll never quite know why, but sometimes they decide they've just had enough of this world—and that's when they start getting inventive. This cult hit and international bestseller follows over one hundred bunnies as they find ever more outlandish ways to do themselves in. From an encounter with the business end of Darth Vader's lightsaber, to supergluing themselves to a diving submarine, to hanging around underneath a loose stalactite, these bunnies are serious about suicide. Illustrated in a stark and simple style, The Book of Bunny Suicides is a collection of hilarious and outrageous cartoons that will appeal to anyone in touch with their evil side.

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Can yoga get even more relaxing? Add some sweet, soft and wonderful bunnies and then stretch.
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah, provides education, tours, and events for those who want to get involved and learn more about the work that the no-kill shelter does. They also happen to hold yoga classes on the first Saturday of every month in which participants get to practice with some adorable, adoptable bunny rabbits. "Bunny Yoga was created to provide people the opportunity to meet adoptable bunnies in a fun setting," says Carrie Smith, the manager of the Best Friends Visitor Center. "Many people are unaware that bunnies end up in the shelters, and sadly they are the third most euthanized species in shelters after cats and dogs." Cool!

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They don't seem fooled but he's able to earn their trust anyway by bribing them with food. 

 Thousands of are pooping all over this Washington town.
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A small town in Washington State has more than one wild hare up their butts.

Thousands of rabbits have taken over Langley and the residents are none too pleased with how they have taken over the turf.



It's all over the local news:

"There is feces everywhere and there are some illnesses that can be carried and transmitted," said Brian Miller. Facilities Director for the South Whidbey School District. "Every day there are new holes, and the ones we've filled in are dug out, again."

...Countless wild rabbits are digging up the middle school football field that the district just paid $80,000 to restore. They're destroying the foundations of buildings at the Island County Fairgrounds, and posing health risks to people and pets.



Here's a video of these rascally rabbits.

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