Home > Animal > Australia > March 23, 2014 Animal, Australia 24 rabbits that were introduced to Australia in 1859, had multiplied in number to over 2 millions in ten years. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Tags:animal, Australia, rabbit Related Posts In 1950, a German farmer told police that some of his chickens “exploded with a loud bang There’s a deep sea octopus called Dumbo octopus. There’s a hammock-like bed for cats that installs under a chair (or table) and can even handle the weight of larger kitties. It’s called cat crib. There is a sea slug that can eat algae and gain the ability to photosynthesize There’s a band called Caninus that has two pit-bull terriers as their lead singers. There are spiders big enough to eat snakes in Australia. There’s a species of ape that is more closely related to humans than chimpanzees A 7 months old puppy named Geo pushed a 10 year old boy 150 million years ago dinosaur farts were one of the major contributors to global warming, researchers have found. The Pistol Shrimp kills its prey by closing its claw so fast it creates a sonic bubble that momentarily reaches the temperature of the sun and knocks out its prey.