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European Rabbit

The European Rabbit is a species of rabbit native to southern Europe.

It has been widely introduced elsewhere often with devastating effects on local biodiversity.

European Rabbits have been introduced as an exotic species into a number of environments, with baleful results to vegetation and local wildlife.

European Rabbits are well-known for digging networks of burrows called warrens, where they spend most of their time when not feeding.

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