Today in curious: this man, an editor at Maxim magazine, regressing shamelessly back into childhood. Clad mostly in a diaper and our classic bunny slippers, he wanders aimlessly in Times Square, hamming it up with the locals, all for our… benefit? Yeah, benefit.
Another week, another video with interspecies cuddling, in this case a duckling and a baby bunny. Watch as they snuggle up next to each other! The video’s true highlight comes at the :36 second mark when the duckling wryly tilts his head, as if to say, “Who me?” EEK!
Meet Monti the cat. Tucked away in his little cat tunnel, he likes to swing his tail back and forth. Waffles the bunny? Not a huge fan of said tail wagging. The result is an adorable, but harmless, squabble, caught here on film for the benefit of the Internet. Enjoy!
And as I was raking the volleyball court at the barracks I found a dead rabbit (fully grown). As I continued raking I found a small hole with 4 tiny tiny rabbits in it. I grabbed a box put a few old shirts into it and picked up the bunnies. I researched how to raise them and what to feed them. I made a nice box for them to live in a and bottle fed them until I could ween them to eat the local foods. After a couple months I brought them to a wild life rescue because they were starting to jump out of their box. It was a lot of hard work but I loved the bunnies…
Not exactly your average hare hopper, but just as adorable, a Continental Giant rabbit from the UK named Ralph takes the title of the biggest bunny in the world.
And we mean that literally, as this 55-pound mega-hare has officially been acclaimed as the world’s biggest rabbit by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Image source: Daily Mirror
Interestingly enough, this is the second time Ralph has claimed such a title, as the 4-year-old rabbit already saw the biggest bunny throne prior to being outweighed by yet another UK-based giant, a 49-pound jumper named Darius. Ralph is currently heavier than he’s ever been, weighting more than an average 3-year-old child. Continue reading →