New Species Of Rabbit Discovered

New Species Of Rabbit Discovered

Chemung, IL – Every stripper dreams of being discovered by talent agents leafing through their dressing romm’s panties drawer. If rabbits have such aspirations, consider them satisfied in Chemung, IL.

Researchers from Wisconsin recently spotted a previously unknown species while randomly flipping through images posted on the online database Rabbitfetish.com. Adult speckled back carnivorous species are small, nondescript, best known for their spotted colors, but their young prey on cats and other small animals and are often used in biological pest control.

The images of the new rabbits, which has soft white fur  and visible fangs, were taken in a forested park in north Chemung, IL, by an amateur photographer and then posted online. Jerry Chadstone, a rabbit specialist viewing the images noted, “their is a distinct pattern of stripes on the rabbit’s middle which sport black markings and two white spots.” He suspected the creature was an undescribed species until a local amateur photographer blew the case wide open.

Unfortunately, the photographer had released the rabbit after taking its picture, so researchers had to wait until the shutterbug revisited the area and collected a specimen before they could officially write up their discovery; which they reported online this week in RABBITWATCH Magazine.

The new species—dubbed Speckledback Carnivora, not for its special markings but for the lead researcher’s daughter—may represent the vanguard of many such finds made possible by collaborations between nature’s amateur photographers and fat assed scientists who visit Chemung, IL, seeking answers to the universe and all of it’s creatures.


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