Rabbits or Rabbit?


I feel this sentence odd, but don't know what's wrong:


The number of rabbit dropped quickly as a result of crazy hunting.


Should I use "rabbits" rather than "rabbit" and "because they were crazily hunted" rather than "as a result of cracy hunting"?

asked Nov 01 '13 at 14:59 Qiaoshang New member

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Use the plural 'rabbits'.  'Crazy hunting' is not a term I've ever heard.  I would use 'over hunting'.

link answered Nov 01 '13 at 16:03 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

Thank you! Lewis!

QiaoshangNov 01 '13 at 16:16

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