Rabbits are one of Australia’s major agricultural and environmental animal pests, costing the country between up to $1B annually. They compete with native animals, destroy the landscape and are a primary cause of soil erosion by preventing regeneration of native vegetation.

Rabbit are a category 3, 4, 5 and 6 restricted invasive animal under the Biosecurity Act 2014 meaing they must not be moved, kept, fed, given away, sold or released into the environment.

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Three rabbits near empty chemical drums and irrigation pipes on a sugar cane farm.