Injunction Saves Rabbits, for Now, at U. of Victoria

August 5, 2010

A court order has blocked the University of Victoria, in British Columbia, from trapping or killing hundreds of rabbits that it wants removed from campus, The Vancouver Sun reported. About 1,400 wild rabbits roam the campus; officials say that they cause considerable damage, and want to reduce the population to 200. The university is now appealing to the British Columbia Supreme Court.

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