An example would be the European Rabbit. Rabbits are partially blamed for the extinction of almost an eighth of mammal species in Australia(the rest are due to anthropogenic activities). Rabbits breed like, well, like rabbits. They can reproduce from 3–4 months of age. They can produce 4-7 litters of offspring per year, a mature female can be pregnant continuously for 6–8 months. One single pair of mature rabbits are able to produce 30-40 offspring per year.
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