Look! Bunnies! On Easter: Photos
Easter Sunday seems just about the right time to offer readers a bunny gallery. These adorable, swift little mammals make it hard to look away. So enjoy this collection of long- and floppy-eared cuteness.Glowing Bunny Born in Turkey
A handful of baby bunnies! We're focusing on smaller rabbits today, but larger species can top out at some 20 inches long and weigh about 4 pounds.Biggest-Ever Bunny Didn't Hop, Had No Enemies
"Hop, be free!" Sometimes a bunny needs a nudge. Rabbits don't eat meat but they find plenty of other things to munch upon -- various grasses, lettuce, leafy weeds, and other plants.What Does the Easter Bunny Have To Do With Easter?
Discernible in this cute ball of white are five cross lop/rex bunnies. Their attempt to form a perfect circle was laudable, if a bit geometrically flawed.Bunnies on the Moon? 7 Lunar Myths Apollo 11 Debunked
This bunny is trying to become a stealth bunny -- "maybe they won't see me ..." Rabbits are generally fleet of foot, because they have to be. Cottontails will run in a zigzag fashion -- at up to 18 miles per hour -- when trying to evade a predator.
If ever a bunny could strike an "Oh, bother" pose, this might be it.Tame Animals Have Floppy Ears, White Patches
A peep chick and a bunny -- the best of Easter friends. Rabbits were originally classified as rodents, but in 1912 their dignity was restored when they joined the "lagomorphs" order, which doesn't
like a cool name either but is still a hair (or hare) better than rodent.Most Amazing Animal Friendships: Photos
"Now, I'm telling you, we're gonna get used to these ears. Just give it awhile." A bunny advises his new siblings. A rabbit's ears can be more than 4 inches long.
Rabbit litters range from about 4 to 12 babies. Male rabbits can start making their own babies as early as 7 months after birth, and females can bear children within 4 months.Rare & Secretive Striped Rabbit Caught on Camera
Rabbits will sometimes eat their own excrement, just in case they did not get all of the nutrients the first time around. Hey, a bunny's got to do what a bunny's got to do.