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Hazel who is Fiver's slightly larger brother leads the pack of rabbits into a field where he believes they can live. When they get there they find out that there is already a group of rabbits living there but they let the travelers stay with them. Fiver being the smart one again warns them not to join the new warren, but once again no one listens to them again. Discovering they need more female rabbits to mate with. Two of the survivors at the warren tell of the horrible poisoning occurring out there. The overall conception of the matter is still kind of not understood totally by the rest of the crew.
The ethical standard in this book is that of understanding and belief. It was almost impossible to understand the clues that Fiver gave everyone about the particular place they were at and what could possibly end up happening. In real life, the position Fiver was in was very similar to something I have seen and experienced a few too many times in my life. Of course the outcome is always right for me because I am usually in Fiver's position. I do not know if I can name off how many times I have been there for someone or helped them get their life straightened up. I guess I can be called a good analyst of how to control and help people out.
In the further chapters in the book, Bigwig plans another escape to get some female rabbits. With the help of some other members they attempt but get in some trouble with the Efrafans. They brought a large force to destroy them. They did not get overtaken but they had to put a big fight to end up winning. Just like anything else the most determined team will always win. In this case it was a very difficult way to go, but in the end they came out ahead.
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