- Elon Musk’s Cybertruck mocked after ball busts windows during demonstration Today 12:23 AM
- Pornhub has a bundle now, Disney+ style Thursday 11:27 PM
- Jacob Wohl’s dad is selling horny calendars of himself for the soldiers Thursday 11:10 PM
- Amanda Palmer dragged for ‘demanding’ coverage of her music Thursday 8:33 PM
- How to get free TikTok followers without downloading a virus Thursday 7:57 PM
- Trump Jr.s ‘Triggered’ topped best-seller’s list with help of RNC Thursday 7:41 PM
- FBI raided millionaire YouTuber’s home, allegedly took everything Thursday 6:55 PM
- A fake Labour party website is spreading disinformation in Britain Thursday 6:16 PM
- Twitter bans cricket club for posting ISIS content in apparent hack Thursday 6:12 PM
- This dad remade his daughter’s NSFW photo—and people are loving it Thursday 5:51 PM
- Teen allegedly posted ‘slave for sale’ Craigslist ad featuring his Black classmate Thursday 5:28 PM
- People are crushed that this teen love story might be a TikTok ‘joke’ Thursday 4:50 PM
- Is Jacob Wohl evading his Twitter ban with Jack Burkman’s account? Thursday 2:06 PM
- Biden’s most perplexing debate answers, explained Thursday 2:03 PM
- How to stream Colts vs. Texans on Thursday Night Football Thursday 12:52 PM
Rabbit Island is real, people—and it’s wonderful
The site of a former poison-gas factory in Japan is now the home to a lot of fluffy bunnies.
People tend to throw the phrase around rather loosely, but if your idea of a great time is lying down in the sun while being smothered by a herd of cuddly rabbits, then this guy really is having the “best day ever.”
What? Where? How? you might be wondering.
The video is from episode 1 of the YouTube channel My BB Bunny’s Bunny Island series, filmed on the Japanese island of Ōkunoshima—or Usagi Jima (“Rabbit Island”), as it’s affectionately known. During World War II, Japan used Ōkunoshima as a poison gas factory. Thankfully, today it couldn’t be less hostile.
The rabbits on the island are considerably tame and known to approach humans in droves, especially at feeding time:
And when they’re hungry, they’re even known to chase some people:
While you’re at it, why don’t you stop by Japan’s Kitty Island too?
Or the Caribbean island run by pigs that swim all day?
Just be careful while you’re booking that vacation, lest you accidentally wind up on komodo dragon island instead.
Ikenna Anyoku was a contributor to the Daily Dot from 2014 to 2016 focusing on viral news and entertainment. He now works as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society in New York.