1. Deadly rabbit disease returns to Vancouver Island for 2nd year, government warns  Calgary Herald
  2. Virus that can kill rabbits in just 1 day returns to Vancouver Island  Global News
  3. Province warns rabbit owners as deadly virus returns on Vancouver Island  CBC News
  4. Rabbit virus found again on Vancouver Island  Vancouver Sun
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VICTORIA — A rare disease that kills rabbits appears to have returned to parts of Vancouver Island.VICTORIA — A rare disease that kills rabbits appears to have returned to parts of Vancouver Island.

Deadly rabbit disease returns to Vancouver Island for 2nd year, government warns | Calgary Herald

VICTORIA — A rare disease that kills rabbits appears to have returned to parts of Vancouver Island.VICTORIA — A rare disease that kills rabbits appears to have returned to parts of Vancouver Island.

Deadly rabbit disease returns to Vancouver Island for 2nd year, government warns | Calgary Herald

A highly infectious virus that affects rabbits has been found again on Vancouver Island, prompting a warning for people on the mid-island to take precautions with their pet bunnies.A highly infectious virus that affects rabbits has been found again on Vancouver Island, prompting a warning for people on the mid-island to take precautions with their pet bunnies.

The illness is fatal to rabbits but poses no threat to humans.The illness is fatal to rabbits but poses no threat to humans.

Rabbit virus found again on Vancouver Island | Vancouver Sun

The illness is fatal to rabbits but poses no threat to humans.The illness is fatal to rabbits but poses no threat to humans.

Rabbit virus found again on Vancouver Island | Vancouver Sun

Rabbit hemorrhagic disease does not affect humans or other animals, but is both lethal and highly infectious among rabbits. Rabbit hemorrhagic disease does not affect humans or other animals, but is both lethal and highly infectious among rabbits.

Virus that can kill rabbits in just 1 day returns to Vancouver Island | Globalnews.ca