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Stampeding Rabbits Give Chase for Food! [VIDEO]

Most of us, unless you’re new to Lawton, Fort Sill, have been to Elmer Thomas Park to feed the ducks, geese and of course the prairie dogs. If you haven’t yet, or if it’s been awhile since your last visit, head to the park.

It’s a lot of fun watching and feeding the animals at the park, but imagine if it were rabbits surrounding you looking for scraps. Well this video shows a literal herd of rabbits at a park in Japan, chasing a woman down to get some food. It’s a bunny stampede! The park is located on Okunoshima Island better known as rabbit island. If I ever make it to Japan I’ll definitely have to stop by this island and bring along some food.

http://youtu.be/b2hV2OUDDS4

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