Talk:Annamite striped rabbit

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Annamite Striped Rabbit discovered by John A Braynard, in backyard in Vienna, VA[edit]

"The Annamite Striped Rabbit was discovered by John A Braynard, in his backyard in Vienna, VA."

Is this an attempt at a joke? Or does it mean that an individual of the species was for some bizarre reason (smuggled endangered animal escaped from private collector) spotted in Virginia?