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Rabbits in Australia

Rabbits in Australia

Australians have understood rabbits in many different ways, as pests, pets and a filling for pies. Burrow through this website to discover how objects from the National Museum's collections reveal the diverse relationships that have developed in Australia between rabbits, people and places.

Black and white photo showing two women standing beside the tray of a truck. Both hold a dead rabbit by the hind legs and rest their hands on a rifle at centre.
Rabbiters with their catch at Northampton, Western Australia in 1947 (detail). State Library of Western Australia, B1901/87.
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