English citizens introduced rabbits to Australia to remind them of home.
An English immigrant first introduced rabbits to Australia in 1859.
After rabbits were introduced to Australia, their increasing numbers caused a problem.
After moving rapidly through Victoria, rabbits began traveling west.
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The increasing numbers of rabbits
The animals whose homes were ruined
The people who built the fences
The farmers whose crops were destroyed
Lack of natural predators
The construction of fences
Laws against hunting rabbits
Farmers raising rabbits
The water supplies dried up at certain times of the year
Water wells were often located hundreds of miles apart
The project involved too many animals that needed water
Water sources had been damaged by the burrowing of rabbits
Rabbits began moving west
Rabbits arrived from England
Rabbits discovered in eastern Australia
Rabbits declined in numbers
The rabbit population in Australia will be in danger of disappearing altogether.
Citizens of Australia now believe that rabbits are aggressive and dangerous.
Australia now prohibits people from bringing wild animals into the country.
The rabbit population in England will soon pose as great a threat as in Australia.
A large amount of work is required to build a fence across a country.
Introducing animals to a foreign land has widespread consequences.
Rabbit populations increase more rapidly than other types of animals.
Three fences added together make up the longest fence in the world.
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