Amami rabbit

Amami rabbit
Amami rabbit
Pentalagus furnessi
6 - 6 lbs ( 3 - 3 kg)

About Amami rabbit

The Amami rabbit or Amamino kuro usagi, lit. "Amami plains black rabbit"), also known as the Ryukyu rabbit, is a primitive dark-furred rabbit which is only found in Amami Ōshima and Toku-no-Shima, two small islands in between southern Kyūshū and Okinawa in Kagoshima Prefecture (but actually closer to Okinawa) in Japan. Often called a living fossil, the Amami rabbit is a living remnant of ancient rabbits that once lived on the Asian mainland, where they died out, remaining only on the two small islands where they survive today.

Hunting Techniques

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Clasification: Smal Game

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