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    well, deer and rabbits are two of the most important keystone species in any temperate zone forest. only the rabbits dance under the summer moonlight, though.
    that makes them special.

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    That's true WhiteOak! And I'm always up for seeing critters, it doesn't matter which ones they are.

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    Nice terminology Woak! Keystone...

    Keith Stone. Haha (beer commercial)

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    you know it! I learned that phrase while studying about the effects of overpopulated deer browsing on the succession of forests. now thats a sad story!
    dammed hunters, ruining everything for everybody just 'cuz they like to kill.

    well, anyway, YAY for BUNNIES!

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    WARNING to ALL BUNNIEZ!

    Philadelphia county police are searching for a large, bunny-eating SPIDER which is still on the loose in the area of Grampa Horace's cabbage patch!
    This spider is to be considered armed and DANGEROUS! WATCH OUT BUNNIEZ!

    The police have released the following picture of the dreadful spider and warn all residents to protect all of their bunny-related assets:
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    Help preserve the Environment - Teach Compassion for Wild Animals

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    YAY da bunniez is back!
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    my mother set our pet bunny free one day. and a few days later there were ATTN! lost bunny found bulletins all over the place.. pretty funny she had to drive by and look at the pictures of the bunny everyday for about a year.
    "heads up"

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    HAHAHAHAH! Constant reminder of the fluffy bunny that once was.
    "Do not fear mistakes, there are none" - Miles Davis

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    why did she let the bunny free?
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    Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits, and their names were: Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail, and Peter.

    They lived with their Mother in a sandbank, underneath the root of a very big fir tree.

    Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail, who were good little bunnies, went down the lane to gather blackberries.

    the end
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