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21. ASI: ASI Diary
that wholesale slaughter, rabbits still do not fare well at Easter, and nor, evidently, do they fare well during the Year of the rabbit. House rabbit Society Singapore points out that during the last Year of the rabbit, in 1999, over twice as
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22. ASI: Resource Details
and subsisted chiefly on rabbits (Grinnell, 1923, vol. 2, p. 218). The Arapaho sun dance involves a rabbit-tip), whose name originated from the myth in which rabbits conducted the secret ceremonies of the sun dance lodge. Those who still
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23. Introduced Animals Fact Sheet // Animals Australia
to have killed millions of rabbits, RCD has been no more successful in permanently reducing the rabbit population than myxomatosis. Dead rabbits leave empty rabbit niches. New rabbits fill those niches and remain there until the next attempt
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24. The Fur Trade // Animals Australia
as for example fox, rabbit or mink fur . Even accessories, trinkets and children toys have been found decorated with dog and cat fur. A large proportion of fur used on lower cost items is from rabbits. China is the world’s largest
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25. Animal Ethics: December 2003
a mom stabbing a helpless rabbit with a bloody knife, among other things.Quite simply, there is absolutely no excuse for terrorizing and traumatizing innocent children for the fur-wearing sins of their mother. It's reprehensible.In the past,
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26. Animal Ethics
a mom stabbing a helpless rabbit with a bloody knife, among other things.Quite simply, there is absolutely no excuse for terrorizing and traumatizing innocent children for the fur-wearing sins of their mother. It's reprehensible.In the past,
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27. WWF - Nansei Shoto Archipelago Forests
The Amami Rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi ) or Amami no Kuro Usagi, also known as the Ryukyu Rabbit, is a primitive dark-furred Rabbit. Often called a living fossil, the Amami Rabbit is a living remnant of ancient Rabbits that once
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28. WWF - Nansei Shoto
The Amami Rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi ) or Amami no Kuro Usagi, also known as the Ryukyu Rabbit, is a primitive dark-furred Rabbit. Often called a living fossil, the Amami Rabbit is a living remnant of ancient Rabbits that once
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29. Appendices I, II and III of CITES
Hispid hare, volcano rabbit Caprolagus hispidus Romerolagus diazi MONOTREMATA Tachyglossidae Echidnas, spiny anteaters
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30. Appendices I, II and III
Hispid hare, volcano rabbit Caprolagus hispidus Romerolagus diazi MONOTREMATA Tachyglossidae Echidnas, spiny anteaters
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