Oryctolagus cuniculus—otherwise known as the domestic rabbit—is one of the most successful stories of animal evolution. To sum it up, rabbits have adapted to thrive just about anywhere.
But bunnies are not typically what vacationers expect to find at the beach. That is, unless it’s at White Point Beach Resort, a short drive from Liverpool on Nova Scotia’s scenic South Shore.
A popular draw for many visitors and an unexpected treat for others, White Point’s free-range rabbits have become the unofficial “brand” of the resort, which itself has evolved and thrived through many changes over its 80-plus years.
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