Now these fluffy bunnies are the island’s main inhabitants. Their population has grown to over 300 and counting, affectionately preserved by the tourism board by banning the entrance of any cats, dogs, or other potential predators from the 700,000 square-meter island. They can be found in any corner, and are very friendly. They flock over and hop on to laps of those who got grub. A resort hotel even began selling rabbit pellets to guests to boost the island’s tourism since the story broke out and went viral over the internet.