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Thetford Warren Lodge in England

Crumbling in solitude in a pine forest in England's Breckland area, this castle-like structure dates to about 1400. With its three-foot thick walls, defensive arrow slits, and once-barred windows, it’s a testament to the value landowners and poachers alike once attributed to rabbits. After being reintroduced by the Normans, rabbits became a luxury item in 15 th -century England.
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