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Originally from Spain and south-west France, the rabbit was brought to England in the 12th century AD by the Normans and kept in captivity in warrens as a source of meat and fur. Many escaped into the wild and eventually become so common that farming them was no longer economic.
Helped by fast breeding, a diet of virtually any vegetable matter, the rabbit slowly established itself in the wild in Britain, despite originally favouring a warmer, drier climate.