Two tourists sit and feed hundreds of rabbits at Okunoshima Island in Takehara, Japan, Feb. 24, 2014.
Okunoshima is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan, in Hiroshima Prefecture.
The Island often called Usagi Jima or “Rabbit Island” is famous for it's rabbit population that has taken over the island and become a tourist attraction with many people coming to the feed the animals and enjoy the islands tourist facilities which include a resort, six hole golf course and camping grounds.
A rabbit forages for food at the beach on Okunoshima Island, Feb. 24, 2014.
During World War II the island was used as a poison gas facility. From 1929 to 1945, the Japanese Army produced five types of poison gas on Okunoshima Island.
The island was so secret that local residents were told to keep away and it was removed from area maps. Today ruins of the old forts and chemical factories can be found all across the island.