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I haven't read the Guinness Book of World Records since I was in elementary school. I used to check it out from the school library and read about all the crazy records there were. Well here's a new one that's close to home: The World's Oldest Rabbit.

Plenty of hopping? Just a nibble of the finest lettuce? Clean living? Whatever he's been doing, it's working. George, a rabbit living with a Tewksbury family, has been declared the oldest rabbit in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records.

George, who is 14, was awarded the “The Oldest Living Rabbit” honors by Guinness after several vets confirmed his age.

Congratulations to George the Rabbit. May you live a long and prosperous life.

Click (here) for the Globe article.

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2 Response to "Oldest Rabbit In The World Lives in Tewsbury"

  1. Will Said,

    hahaha. do they still just eat and poop?

    Posted on 6/13/08, 11:36 AM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    Long live Goerge, must have been pampered all of his life.

    Posted on 6/13/08, 11:29 PM


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