Typically they just have some type of botfly larvae in them. Old timers call them "wolves". A small, fat, leathery black worm about the size of your thumb from the tip to the first knuckle. When the body cools after being shot they usually come out, and I've never seen more than one or two in a rabbit. They are just under the skin, and they are still safe to eat if they have them. Nothing to freak over. I would be more worried about what the organs look like. Always check the liver for spots, if that looks healthy it's probably fine to eat. I have eaten plenty of rabbit that had 1 or 2 wolves under the skin when I cleaned them.
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