The city of Chicago has responded to recent reports of aberrant behavior among rabbits with a new initiative to control rabbit populations in many Chicago neighborhoods.  These fliers have been found in several alleyways and green spaces across the city as the City, in cooperation with the Chicago Park District, launches and effort to combat increasing violent and aggressive behavior on the part of the creatures.  While we unable to get an official statement, an anonymous source with the Park District believes that this new effort stems from the recent discovery of a new species in the Chicago area, sylvilagus sciuridae, which according to zoologists, contains characteristics of both rabbit DNA and squirrel DNA, causing the rabbits to display increasingly aggressive behavior, as well as mobility characteristics similar to that of squirrels.