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Sean Muir, Tablelander wrote:A pair of rabid rabbits has been caught killing a series of snakes near Cairns.
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.
The 42-year-old boilermaker first made the discovery Tuesday night when he spotted the two wild rabbits attacking a king brown snake.
“The snake was raised up in the air in the striking position and the two rabbits worked their way around him and killed him in two minutes,” Mr Del Manso said.
Video footage showing a rabbit attacking a snake has emerged in the wake of a Tableland resident's report of bunnies biting snakes to death outside his home.
As reported in the Tablelander and on cairns.com.au yesterday, Armando Del Manso, of East Barron, last week watched two wild rabbits attacking a king brown snake.
His discovery came three weeks of wondering what had been killing a series of snakes around his home.
“I’m gobsmacked, it’s absolutely incredible," Mr Del Manso said.
“We were watching from the veranda with a spotlight, and I thought, who is going to believe this, they’ll think I’m crazy.”
Rainswept wrote:This game isn't nearly as much fun as finding the bunny hidden on each cover of Playboy.
Elvalia wrote::sad: Guys, bunnies aren't creepy in and of themselves... people make them creepy.
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