Okunoshima in Japan is famous all over for its huge population of wild bunnies.
Thus, its other name – Rabbit Island. According to facts, the island contained a secret Japanese Imperial base used for lethal gas production during WWII. There are two theories on how the island came about to be inhabited with so many bunnies. It is said that it’s either the bunnies were released by workers after the plant closed or that a bunch of school children left some bunnies when they visited the island in 1971.
Whatever the real reason is behind the population of these cute furballs in the island, one thing is for sure: Anyone ‘s heart will surely melt at the sight of so many cuddly and adorable bunnies, especially when they gather around your feet asking to be fed and fondled.
Cuteness overload below!
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If given the chance to travel the world, where would you go?
There are so many amazing places in the world and so much of them are being discovered everyday by professional photographers or amateurs alike. Most of them are wonders of nature that can be found in the most diverse environments. We’re talking about pink lakes, man-made fields of flowers that look like vivid paintings on print, amazing canyons and mountains and many more places that are just too good to be true!
So if you ever had the chance to travel, take note of this list – and yes, unbelievable as they may be, these places really do exist!
Read and start adding them up on your bucket list of places to go before you die.
Source: Bored Panda
1. Zhangye Danxia Landform, China
Photo Credit: unbelievableinfo.blogspot.it
2. Mount Roraima, Venezuela/Brazil/Guyana
Photo Credit: imgur.com | Uwe George
3. Canola Flower Fields, China
Photo Credit: +Lanzi
4. Lavender Fields, France
Photo Credit: Antony Spencer | Erasmus T
5. Lake Hillier, Australia
Photo Credit: Ockert Le Roux
6. Antelope Canyon, USA
Photo Credit: CSMphotography
7. Shibazakura Flowers, Takinoue Park, Japan
Photo Credit: kimi-tourguide.blogspot.com
8. Hang Son Doong, Vietnam
Photo Credit: Carsten Peter
9. Tianzi Mountains, China
Photo Credit: Richard Janecki
10. Fields of Tea, China
Photo Credit: Bored Panda
11. Black Forest, Germany
Photo Credit: andy linden
12. Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan
Photo Credit: mindphoto.blog.fc2.com
13. Naica Mine, Mexico
Photo Credit: nicole_denise
14. Street in Bonn, Germany
Photo Credit: Adas Meliauskas
15. Bamboo Forest, Japan
Photo Credit: Yuya Horikawa | Tomoaki Kabe
16. Red Beach, Panjin, China
Photo Credit: MJiA
17. Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska
Photo Credit: Kent Mearig
18. Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
Photo Credit: nipomen2 | sename777
19. Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia
Photo Credit: dadi360
20. Tulip Fields in Netherlands
Photo Credit: Allard Schager
21. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
Photo Credit: Oleg Gordienko