Easter bun­nies

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Rab­bits, both choco­late and real, are good to eat. But in terms of nu­tri­tion, the lat­ter are far more valu­able to those in de­vel­op­ing coun­tries. That’s why Child­fund is en­cour­ag­ing peo­ple to give the gift of rab­bits this Easter. $18 will buy a pair of breed­ing rab­bits, which in turn will pro­duce a lit­ter ev­ery four to six weeks. Rab­bit meat has high nu­tri­tional value, is low in choles­terol and high in pro­tein.


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