Trapped bunnies are seen huddled against a wall after their burrows are consumed by fire

Trapped bunnies are seen as huddling, scared against a wall after their caves have been consumed by the Woolsey fire at Thousand Oaks

  • While the Woolsey Fire continued to tear through California's Thousand Oaks, several wild rabbits were forced to flee their habitats and enter the city.
  • A video of several rabbits sitting against a wall was shared online
  • While the rabbits were stuck to the wall, several cars drove past as the evacuations continued

Dailymail.com Reporter

While their surroundings were on fire, a number of rabbits were caught on the camera after being forced out of their caves.

About half a dozen rabbits were captured in front of the camera and early Friday morning they fell into the trap against a wall in Thousand Oaks.

The glow of the nearby fire could be seen in the background.

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While the Woolsey Fire continued to tear through California's Thousand Oaks, several wild rabbits were forced to flee their habitats and enter the city.

While the Woolsey Fire continued to tear through California's Thousand Oaks, several wild rabbits were forced to flee their habitats and enter the city.

A video of several rabbits sitting against a wall was shared online

A video of several rabbits sitting against a wall was shared online

A video of several rabbits sitting against a wall was shared online

While the rabbits were stuck to the wall, several cars drove past as the evacuations continued

While the rabbits were stuck to the wall, several cars drove past as the evacuations continued

While the rabbits were stuck to the wall, several cars drove past as the evacuations continued

"The little rabbits there, quite a few of them, we've seen that we tried to escape the flames and get out, come into safety because their home, their habitat is on fire," said a reporter for CBS2, Kandiss Crone.

Approximately 75,000 homes in the Los Angeles and Ventura provinces are currently being evacuated due to the Woolsey and Hill fires.

The glow of the fires could be seen across the valley from where the rabbits sat

The glow of the fires could be seen across the valley from where the rabbits sat

The glow of the fires could be seen across the valley from where the rabbits sat

The rabbits seemed to be extremely scared while they were shrinking

The rabbits seemed to be extremely scared while they were shrinking

The rabbits seemed to be extremely scared while they were shrinking

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