Well here’s something you don’t see everyday—wild rabbits riding on the backs of sheep to flee rising floodwaters. The remarkable scene was captured by a New Zealand farmer who said he’s never witnessed anything quite like it.
Scientists have used stem cells to cure blindness in rabbits—which could be incredible news for visually impaired people.
Do you ever come home to your adorable pet bunny, pick it up, lay it down on its back, and pet it? Does it just lie there, blissfully, for minutes or even hours, letting you cuddle it? Yeah. Your rabbit hates you.
Wallace the rabbit is already a budding YouTube celebrity, and now he's the King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Protector of the Realm, and the happy owner of an Iron Throne carefully crafted from carrots.
Invasive Burmese pythons, descended from former pets that were released into the wild, are doing an incredibly effective job of wiping out anything that's small, furry, and native to the Everglades. And a new study published this week shows that the local wildlife basically has no defense... except
As 2014 comes to a close, it's time to look towards the new year - and that means buying calendars. But wait! We might have already found one, thanks to this Calendar filled with picture after picture of an adorable Cosplaying Rabbit.
Okay, go with me here: What if I keep a bunch of rabbits in my room and, come bedtime, I use food like this guy did to make myself a living duvet?
Easter egg hunts were fine and good when you were a kid and sugar was the only rush you needed. But it's time to set the Peeps aside. It's time to get drunk the Easter way.
This video of a common rabbit doing an uncommon thing has been haunting me for days. I cannot stop thinking about its peaceful wittle face, lounging in the sink while being bathed by its masters. It thinks its people, and that is both adorable and really upsetting.
OK, so we didn't do a scientific study or anything, but this Angora rabbit is one of the fluffiest creatures you'll ever see. It's also been bred by humans for its long fur for a really long time.
Glowing bunny rabbits aren't just for Sherlock Holmes reboots and acid trips anymore. Scientists from the University of Hawaii recently collaborated with a team from Istanbul, Turkey, where a couple of bright green lab rabbits were just born as part of a larger effort to better understand hereditary illness and make…
Some prey animals, like rabbits and deer, feature flashy white tails that are prominently displayed when they're been chased down by predators. But why in the world would an animal want to draw more attention to itself in such a precarious situation? We now have the answer.
Or, to put that somewhat more accurately, did not being able to kill adorable little bunnies in turn kill the Neanderthals? When all that stood between extinction and survival was figuring out how to hunt rabbits, it seems Neanderthals chose extinction.
It's been 25 since Stan Sakai's ronin rabbit Miyamoto Usagi, star of the comic book Usagi Yojimbo, graced the video game world with his katana-wielding skills. But now Usagi has made the leap to the mobile gaming platform in his very own game, Usagi Yojimbo: Way of the Ronin.
If you park your car at the Denver International Airport, you run the risk of having it damaged, but not by human vandals. The airport parking lot is suffering from a recurring invasion of rabbits, and these bunnies have a particular taste for ignition cables.
Champis the dwarf rabbit has decided that dogs aren't the only animals that can herd sheep. It turns out that the little guy isn't half bad at giving his farm's sheep the runaround.
To paraphrase everyone's favorite chaos theorist from Jurassic Park, "Life finds a way." Indeed, that old chestnut is applicable to the following ten destinations, where animals have found a home in areas humans once tread. Remember, if you want to keep poachers out of your nature preserve, surround it with land mines.
Sometimes a good picture — a photograph, for example, or even a detailed drawing — can mean the difference between scientific progress and scientific stagnation.
Watch as Kate Moss gives a giant man-rabbit a lap dance. Whatever — like you haven't been there before. Who know Moss was a friend of the furries? (Or maybe plushies in this case.)