Rabbit have been named the "most costly invasive species", costing 260 million pounds to Britain's economy.
Do you know that the cute, little, fluffy, red eyed rabbits cost a whopping 260 million pounds worth the damage to various properties in Britain, according to the research done in England, Wales and Scotland by CABI, an international agriculture and environment organisation.
The data suggests, more than estimated 40 million rabbits in Britain have been named the "most costly invasive species" in the Britain, next to Japanese knotweed, costing 179 million pounds to the country economy.
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