Slideshow: What's killing the pygmy rabbits?

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By | June 1, 2007

What's killing the pygmy rabbits?

Deputy Editor Ivan Oransky traveled to Washington and Oregon to learn more about the challenges that vets and others are facing in their efforts to save the endangered pygmy rabbit.

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