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Rabbits go on snake killing rampage

By T.K. Randall
September 17, 2009 · Comment icon 19 comments

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In a bizarre role reversal a 42-year-old man in Australia who had been finding dead snakes on his property discovered that two rampaging rabid rabbits were responsible for killing them after he saw them attack another snake nearby.
For three weeks Armando Del Manso believed his dog was responsible for the dead snakes showing up with teeth marks all over them on his East Barron property’s lawn each morning. But it turns out it was a pair of rampaging rabbits killing the snakes.

Source: Cairns | Comments (19)

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Comment icon #10 Posted by danielost 15 years ago
Holy crap! Beware, snakes, because "death awaits you with nasty, pointed teeth..." huh, the snakes are the ones with the pointy teeth. the rabbits have chisaled teeth.
Comment icon #11 Posted by village_idiot 15 years ago
huh, the snakes are the ones with the pointy teeth. the rabbits have chisaled teeth. Monty Python dude...don't steal my thunder here...
Comment icon #12 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: 15 years ago
Comment icon #13 Posted by JackoftheFools 15 years ago
Comment icon #14 Posted by Samuronin 15 years ago
Hardcore rabbit !!!
Comment icon #15 Posted by Rhincewind 15 years ago
after living with my rabbit for so long, this doesn't surprise me. My bunny is an absolute physco
Comment icon #16 Posted by jbondo 15 years ago
Rabbits are not the fluffy innocent creatures that we tend to believe. In fact, the older a rabbit gets the more likely it is to become aggressive. Occasionally they kill dogs by kicking them in the ribcage until it collapses.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Rhincewind 15 years ago
all my rabbit has to do is look at my dog with ONE eye and he runs off. (the dog not the rabbit)
Comment icon #18 Posted by ninjadude 15 years ago
I keep my bunnies in pens to protect the cats of the house. The smallest one thinks it could easily take the cats. We have to keep them separated. Don't mess with the bunnays!
Comment icon #19 Posted by Blueguardian 15 years ago
Florida could use some rabbits right about now..

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