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Re: Rabbits


IKern@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Ian, the "cottontail" as you call it is still a rabbit.  All the rabbit
> specis are related by family, ie lagamorph.  As well as gardening, I also own
> a pet store and sell many different breeds of rabbits.  Several breeds have
> their roots in Europe, as well.  I have found that most specis react in
> similar ways to garden deterrants.  None of my Iris fans have so much as a
> nibble mark on them.
> Iris Kern, Milw, WI.

Who'd ever have thought the list would get so "haried" over the subject
of rabbits.  Ohhhhh!  Baaaad!

Al Limberg
Concord, CA





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