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Challenge #123: When will Rabbits Rule the World?

Emil_Kos
17 - Castor
17 - Castor

Beware of rabbits! 

ncrlelia
11 - Bolide

Challenge 123

JasonHu
8 - Asteroid

Here is my submission; it's really a tough challenge, but happy with the result, slightly different on the human population, but it comes with the same month.

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tammybrown_tds
8 - Asteroid

This goes in to the "I didn't get it" folder.  No parts of this challenge made any sense to me.

Laurap1228
11 - Bolide

Iterative Macro Fun!

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Qiu
19 - Altair
19 - Altair
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BronzeFox
8 - Asteroid
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I keep getting 2022-01-02, which just past a few days ago. 😲
davidhardister
8 - Asteroid

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11 - Bolide

 

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LiuZhang
9 - Comet
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Compared quite a few answers posted, I don't agree with the original posted solution. As the question states 2 rabbits start at age 0, then it should be 4 month before the first female is mature to reproduce. Most solution I've checked all start to reproduce at first iteration. 

So given the wording of the question, I will stick with my solution which achieve double population at 2023-08-02 instead. Also I've used min(MalePop, FemalePop) to calculate reproduction, assume one male cannot reproduce with more than one female at each iteration.