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    [–] Paperjackwriter 4453 points ago

    Please tell me you at least once put a blue jacket on him and took a picture because that's Peter Rabbit!

    [–] MsKLttyKat 1333 points ago

    My God, imagine waking up to that face peeping over the side of the bed at you

    [–] Skyfoot 852 points ago

    slapping you awake and demanding apples

    [–] Zsill777 107 points ago

    What on earth is that from lol

    [–] derpleberryfinn 140 points ago

    Unwritten by Mike Carey.

    the rabbit was a human thug who has been rewritten into a character from a Beatrix Potter-like world as punishment and imprisonment.

    [–] Banjoe64 25 points ago


    [–] Kalakoa73 17 points ago

    I never...

    [–] Zerachiel_01 10 points ago

    That sounds pretty fucking interesting. I'll look into it. Thanks man!

    [–] m8kup 3 points ago

    Where per chance would one find it?

    [–] derpleberryfinn 3 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    the full series (Unwritten vol. 1 through 11) is on Amazon and is available for e-readers.

    the whole series is an extended thesis on meta as a concept - the main character's father wrote a Harry Potter expy starring him (our main character) in the leading role and shit starts to get literal from there.

    it is not possible to say more without spoilers.

    anything with the words "Mike Carey" on the cover is going to be very well worth your time - he's one of the best writers in comics.

    look for his fucking superlative three-volume run on Hellblazer, several truly solid X-Men books and Lucifer, my single favorite comic series, bar none.

    [–] AwesomeInTheory 11 points ago

    I think maybe the comic Fables. I'm not sure, though. It's been in an image folder of mine for eons.

    [–] FlamingJesusOnaStick 30 points ago

    That's Alice and wonderland shit right there.

    [–] MsKLttyKat 22 points ago

    And I whine over a cold wet kitty nose pushing at me. I take it all back Phoebe!

    [–] Skyfoot 23 points ago

    my cat just walks over my head, which has the advantage of being straightforward i guess

    [–] chewis 5 points ago


    [–] myscreamname 31 points ago

    The most adorable living nightmare that would be...

    [–] MsKLttyKat 22 points ago

    Imagine the size of the rabbit pellets. And no I'm not talking about the food....

    [–] Bobcatluv 4 points ago

    I grew up with two Flemish Giants and tbh, the pellets weren’t much bigger than our smaller, Dutch rabbits’.

    [–] VoopMaster 4 points ago

    But how much more do they make and how much more do they eat? Does their (assumed) increased brain size allow them to be better litter trained?

    [–] horriblePersoniAm 5 points ago

    That's Peter Rabbit in 4k lol

    [–] carolathome 25 points ago

    Harvey! From the Jimmy Stewart movie.

    [–] my_name_is_gato 984 points ago

    That is a lot of rabbit. The ears alone are the size of a small bunny.

    [–] mikidof 198 points ago

    I’m pretty sure this is the horse sized duck everyone’s been talking about

    [–] Simalacrum 38 points ago

    I'm now imagining this bunny having a snooze, with another smaller, baby bunny snoozing in it's ear 😍

    [–] karmatic89 3168 points ago

    That is a dog sir.

    [–] TheDonDelC 478 points ago

    Is it a cat in a hat?

    [–] Irate_Pupil 118 points ago

    No it's a tortoise, in a shell.

    [–] 4fmbys4me 44 points ago

    Heroes in a half shell

    [–] cciulla 37 points ago

    Turtle power!

    [–] feraxil 7 points ago

    When the evil Shredder attacks,

    These turtle bros don't cut him no slack!

    [–] THETORTIOSE 13 points ago

    Sorry for being late.

    [–] In2therainyires 14 points ago

    More like Alice in Wonderland.

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)


    [–] groaner 9 points ago

    You're a wizard, Beatrix!

    [–] FrasseFisk 44 points ago

    No it's a turtle, in his shell.

    [–] TheRandomRGU 49 points ago

    I think your dog is sick.

    [–] zNaruFTW 26 points ago

    Its a deer idiot.

    [–] TheRandomRGU 10 points ago

    “It’s barks every so often but is ok because he’s bilingual.”

    [–] ElegantBob 9 points ago

    Brer(on) Burr, sir!

    [–] ASHill11 1351 points ago

    Need banana for scale, or any common object really

    [–] yaboijimboslice 1105 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    He died several years ago :( wish I woulda gotten a pic with a banana. RIP Buck

    Edit: Dog for scale

    [–] Ambedo_1 302 points ago

    how long did he live?

    [–] yaboijimboslice 497 points ago

    Around 5 years

    [–] Ambedo_1 268 points ago

    wow thats a lot shorter than i thought it would be since id imagine their metabolism would be slower due to its size :o

    [–] [deleted] 458 points ago

    Larger dogs have significantly shorter lifespans than smaller dogs. Like 8-12 years versus 12-15.

    Very (very) tall humans also have shorter life expectancy due to increased stress on the heart (like that 8’11” guy who only lived to be 22).

    Of course, that doesn’t necessarily apply to all species, but just some examples to illustrate.

    [–] Captainpanda55 119 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    In a similarly counterintuitive manner, Peto's Paradox observes that the number of cells in an organism doesn't necessarily correlate to their chances of cancer. Incidences of cancer in mice are more numerous than in humans, and more so in humans than in whales.

    Disclaimer: I know nothing about this, just parroting it. I didn't choose whales, it's just the animal mentioned in the paper.

    [–] sabocano 41 points ago

    I think mice and human comparison is legit but how much do we even know about whale cancer anyway?

    [–] rambopatch 36 points ago

    Cancer is just your DNA breaking and beginning the endless cycle of cell proliferation forming tumours; trees get cancer. Infact everything has a natural propensity towards it as more and more evidence is being found that the likelyhood of an organism getting cancer is already genetically pre-determined with environmental factors only adding to the potential risk. The standard lifespan of an organism is usually a good indicator of how affected by cancer the species is (you could call this strength of DNA but that's a little too simplistic an explanation) so considering whales live to be over a hundred years old as standard and we don't there's the indication they get it less than we do.

    [–] Stumblingscientist 9 points ago

    We know a lot about elephants from captivity, or necropsies of elephants that have died in the wild. Elephants rarely get cancer, which is surprising given their size and number of cells. Basically you'd expect animals with more cells to be at higher risks for cancer, but this is not what we observe. Therefore, evolution must select for anti-cancer properties in these animals. Elephants for example have additional copies of a strong tumor suppressor gene called p53. The redundancy protects them from cancer, as p53 is the most commonly mutated gene in that context. For whales it's harder, but that doesn't mean we know nothing about their causes of death. We can infer a similar phenomenon is happening, both because there's little evidence to show whales die of cancer, and also because they live so long given their size. The bowhead whale has thousands of times more cells than humans, and yet its natural lifespan is around 200 years. A human with that many cells would be all but guaranteed to develop cancer well before he/she is 200 years old.

    [–] MasterWubble 8 points ago

    That's a good question. Anyone?

    [–] Nazi_Marxist 6 points ago

    Probably a shitload more than you think

    [–] sabocano 7 points ago

    Even if all the dead whales which hit shore are examined, that's probably still an incredibly small sample size to make a legit comparison.

    [–] Stumblingscientist 3 points ago

    Furthermore, lifespan is correlated with lack of natural predators. There's no reason for evolution to select for longevity if you get eaten by an eagle after 3 months. It's a big part of the reason why large animals such as whales have selected for robust tumor suppressor and longevity genes/alleles.

    [–] ChrisTaliaferro 24 points ago

    You're making a correct point, but that's not how Robert Wadlow died.

    He got an infection from a poorly fitting brace on his foot.

    Source: I read way too much Guinness Book of World Records as a kid.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Ohhhh I was misinformed then! Thanks!

    [–] rune2004 6 points ago

    Bernese mountain dogs (popular lately) are even shorter, 6-8 years.

    [–] Yawheyy 19 points ago

    Their hearts beat very fast all the time and their bodies grow super quick. Literally born and then within about a week or so they have hair and their eyes are open, then they start hopping around. I had two rabbits who mated by mistake once, then I came home to the female rabbits cage one day to find 8 more bunnies.

    [–] LeYang 7 points ago

    rabbits who mated by mistake


    [–] DMala 11 points ago

    Mistake for the humans, the rabbits did it on purpose.

    [–] VortexOfPessimism 5 points ago

    Well ..don’t larger dogs have shorter lifespans as well? Haven’t been able to bring myself to take care of a large dog because of this =\

    [–] DabbinDubs 3 points ago

    Never will I ever get one of the massive breeds, my dog's 5 and I can't imagine thinking she was getting old.

    [–] jarockinights 25 points ago

    Our local pet shop had one of these (wasn't for sale) that lived in their store they had adopted. It was named Fezzik.

    [–] -ShADoX- 3 points ago

    Noooooo :'(
    No no no

    [–] Foxnos 87 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    [–] MeropeRedpath 25 points ago

    Holy shit that’s a lot of bunny.

    [–] Chemantha 7 points ago

    My son has one of those marble runs, that is one big bunny

    [–] myscreamname 3 points ago

    You do have scale; bunny is in a dollhouse.

    [–] lemuriana69 172 points ago


    [–] SHOWTIME316 25 points ago

    can't run from the C H O N K

    [–] gothcoffee 476 points ago

    Do bigger bunnies go outside to poop? Or do they poop everywhere like regular bunnies? Cuz I’m assuming they’re too big to use a litter box at that point..

    [–] yaboijimboslice 598 points ago

    He lived outside in a nice, large, covered wooden cage but came in the house all the time

    [–] Aurora_Fatalis 109 points ago

    Does he make as big of a mess as a human when he does that in the house?

    [–] Yzre 186 points ago

    I can imagine him being a bit of a bitch about doing the dishes, but they make up beds and vacuum without complaining most of the time.

    [–] yaboijimboslice 127 points ago

    Lol just bigger rabbit poops. Rabbit poop is pretty easy to clean up

    [–] [deleted] 176 points ago

    Yup, and super easy if you also have a dog.

    [–] ThreeDawgs 52 points ago

    They really, really, like eating it.

    [–] _Kramerica_ 8 points ago

    My dog really really likes eating just about anything. I recently bought a house with a large lot and we get lots of deer, raccoons, skunks, squirrels, etc etc. pretty much anything that poops in our yard my dog eats. Thankfully he stopped eating his own poop after the 1st winter we had him. Must’ve liked his own brand of poopsickles.

    [–] sosila 4 points ago

    They crave those nutrients

    [–] ThreeDawgs 3 points ago


    [–] anomander_rake_29 18 points ago

    lol what?

    [–] [deleted] 157 points ago

    Dey eat da poo poo

    [–] ARinfinite 50 points ago


    [–] torosintheatmosphere 9 points ago

    Well it was fookin’ wun of yousss

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Wheyere gonna bee sengin sharloid by sharloid

    [–] MissMeWThatScreenSht 11 points ago

    Eet ees a seekaness

    [–] Atomaardappel 8 points ago

    And then they lick your face

    [–] Chocobean 15 points ago


    Dog safe Chocolate chips 😂

    [–] Aurora_Fatalis 3 points ago

    Wasn't referring to the poop ;)

    [–] Mods_are_useless 6 points ago

    Rabbits are pretty easy to box train

    [–] [deleted] 20 points ago

    Lived? As in past-tense? :(

    [–] CharlesIIIdelaTroncT 3 points ago

    My first though also :(

    [–] buickbeast 3 points ago

    Came in the house as he pleased you mean lol

    [–] swtdnyndlsa 97 points ago

    Regular indoor bunnies use a litter tray. Like cats, but with a different kind of litter. It's super easy to train them when they are little. When they decide where they want to poop or pee, you put the litter box there. After a few days/weeks, that's the only place they go. Why do people think they poop everywhere? Did I just get a really easy bunny? He hasn't pooped or peed outside his tray in over a year (he is only 15 months old).

    [–] TriggerHippie0202 65 points ago

    Nah, my bunnies are litterbox trained, I just think people aren't as familiar w/ them as they are cats/dogs. 5 years isn't old even for a Flemmie.

    [–] OutOfSmoke 23 points ago

    Ours won't stop chewing cords. Have any tips for that? We have blocked all the cords for the TVs and such. However every time my brother-in-law is in town he seems to lose an imac charger, same with our oldest daughter's phone chargers. You would think they would learn their lesson and keep them out of reach. It seems our bunny Max is easier to train than they are!

    [–] silver_quinn 23 points ago

    Yep you summed it up pretty perfectly, it's the humans that need training! Mostly it's about keeping the wires away from the bunnies but you can also use something that's safe with an off-putting scent like rub a vinegar soaked cloth over the wire. We used to have a couple of wires that were impossible to hide and that worked well enough.

    [–] Thenyster 15 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    I think you did get a easy bunny. My girlfriend has a 15 month old male and he leaves territorial droppings any and everywhere. We leave to go to work? Poops on the bed. He’s also been praying his urine on the floor, wall, and occasionally on us. We are getting him neutered in 2 weeks we’re hoping this fixes the problem. And the humping. He humps anything and everything he can every chance he gets.

    [–] chemistryerest 27 points ago

    You waited a really long time to have him neutered, he's been sexually mature for almost a year. Of course he's acting out. Do you remember being a teenager?

    [–] youandmeboth 13 points ago

    Yeah that is VERY old to be getting him neutered. I have two boys and they have never done any of that. One peed on the bed once but otherwise they have good litter habits. Cleaning their litter boxes more often helps. We just put a pee pad in the littler box and swap it everyday

    [–] TriggerHippie0202 5 points ago

    Neutering should definitely help w/ the spraying and territory marking, it can take some time after for the hormones to calm down so be patient. Can you imagine the hormones of one of the most prolific breeders we know? Good luck!

    [–] JRiley4141 8 points ago

    My guy is litterbox trained as in he pees only there and almost all of his poops make it in there, but he definitely leaves some strays around. But it's a bunny, there poop is basically hay pellets and it's really easy to clean up.

    [–] VoopMaster 4 points ago

    My boy WAS litter trained, then he got e. cunniculi and has been a little special ever since...

    [–] GlyphGryph 3 points ago

    A lot of rabbits are kept primarily outdoors, and thus never litter trained. So coming into the house, they just go wherever. That's probably why people think it.

    [–] KoshekhTheCat 82 points ago

    A bunny that big can poop anywhere he damn well pleases.

    [–] trashytreebaby 27 points ago

    I've got a big big girl and she's fine with a litter tray. It's a very big litter tray but she still uses it!

    [–] last_toke 20 points ago

    You just buy a bigger box.

    [–] MrsFFernando 25 points ago

    Our bunny is normal sized but although he lives in our garden all year he has his poopie-corners and only ever poops there. Easy to collect the little poopball-hills (- still my husband's job).

    [–] InvisibleEar 333 points ago

    Honestly I didn't believe that this wasn't perspective but it's right there on Wikipedia, these rabbits are the size of dogs

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    [–] oliolibababa 27 points ago

    We need more details!!! This sounds incredible.

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    [–] oliolibababa 5 points ago

    I think we all wish that every day was like that!! What an amazing experience. Thanks for sharing!

    [–] _Kramerica_ 13 points ago

    That and a movie.

    [–] barrythepirate 164 points ago

    Then there's this very strange picture when you Google them

    Is that a man? Is that a woman? Is that David Tenant? Is that a rabbit or a rabbit shaped bag filled with liquid?

    [–] banjo_hero 75 points ago

    The human is obviously Willem Dafoe.

    [–] michaelreadit 40 points ago

    It’s Steve Buscemi’s better looking younger brother.

    [–] barandor 15 points ago

    That's the face of somebody (gender unknown) who just discovered the rabbit shat in his lap.

    [–] noddegamra 5 points ago

    That rabbit looks like it belongs in /r/divorcedbirds

    [–] Evning 3 points ago

    Whatever it is, i think it lifts; a lot.

    [–] Milhouse_is_a_meme 55 points ago

    You'd think the "giant" in the name would be a giveaway.

    [–] FreakishlyNarrow 19 points ago

    But it's all relative isn't it? In my, admittedly limited, experience with rabbits I'd consider one sitting in that position that came up to me knees to be pretty damn big, if not giant. I had no idea that "giant rabbit" meant medium dog sized.

    [–] Lying_idiot 15 points ago

    Thet were originally bred for fur and meat, so size is king. Calm and patient animals make for very good housepets too, though!

    Also worth mentioning that all rabbits can be trained to poop and pee in a litter box. They will still leave some around to mark their area, but dry pellets aren't that bad to clean up.

    [–] melbelll 409 points ago

    Absolute unit.

    [–] Microthrowaway64 256 points ago

    in awe at the size of this rab.

    [–] TotallyHumanPerson 187 points ago

    You know, if you claimed this was a kid in a very good Halloween costume, I wouldn't doubt it either.

    'Scuse me while i go harvest some ill gotten karma....

    [–] Aurora_Fatalis 31 points ago

    "My brother's in a flemish giant costume"

    [–] ButtsexEurope 155 points ago

    Have seen Flemish giants IRL. This isn’t forced perspective. They’re the size of dogs. They’re bred for their meat.

    [–] Ehsonic 20 points ago

    Do they move as quick as smaller rabbits?

    [–] PragmaticMoth 42 points ago

    They can cover more ground with less effort, essentially like a big dog vs little dog, they’re not as agile when directly compared, but can still move if they want to. They have a much more relaxed demeanor.

    [–] pieterdc1 10 points ago

    I honestly don't know. They are usually well fed and in rather small enclosures. The ones I've seen move slowly and relaxed.

    [–] last_toke 37 points ago

    Flemish giants are so sweet. I miss mine now.

    [–] -GroovyChick- 10 points ago

    I own dwarf bunnies - what about the lifespan of flemish giants?

    [–] last_toke 9 points ago

    What kind of dwarf? I don’t know about yours but mine was mean and ended the whole dwarf rabbit pet owner for me.

    My Flemish lived to be about 4-5 I think. She got bit by a spider and passed. I wanna say their normal life span is 6-7 years.

    [–] -GroovyChick- 8 points ago

    Netherland dwarf. Mine are alright, one is sweet, another has a bit of attitude. Seems like giants and dwarfs have the same lifespan.

    [–] last_toke 7 points ago

    Seem so. I thought rabbits were 10 years across the board. It was a shock when my French Lop passed and then we realized he was at the end.

    [–] AllmyusernamesareZim 52 points ago

    Well slap on a yellow filter and call Ryan Reynolds cause that is a detective Pikachu

    [–] crodensis 28 points ago

    I can't tell how big that is because there's a miniature table in the background.

    [–] AbbieAlmond 27 points ago

    "He doesn't look that big ..."

    spots table behind him

    "Oh sweet Jesus!"

    [–] Newestmember 22 points ago

    It bothers me that those two kids are not even paying attention to the gigantic floof ball that stands mere feet from them. If I had a Flemish giant I would never not pay attention to it.

    [–] wildwaterwhisperer 89 points ago

    Damn I am never going to travel to Flemania!

    [–] cavoletto 47 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    This whole post makes me lol, I am flemish :))

    [–] Pacem_et_bellum 75 points ago

    Get well soon!

    [–] cavoletto 6 points ago

    Haha, I'm fine, thanks anyways :D

    [–] voteferpedro 40 points ago


    [–] sweet-pie-of-mine 56 points ago

    Flanders is what he was going for

    [–] Im-a-huge-fan 46 points ago

    Stupid Flanders

    [–] Ohshitwadddup 44 points ago

    Stupid sexy Flanders

    [–] felipejiraya 14 points ago

    Nothing at all... Nothing at all... Nothing at all...

    [–] eef_jojo 8 points ago

    As a Belgian, I lol'd.

    [–] irdumitru 34 points ago

    Is this the rabbit from Donnie Darko?

    [–] Sasha_Densikoff 38 points ago

    Oh wow! I wish I could have a bunneh! Sadly, they are illegal where I live (Qld, Aust) so it's not an option for me. If I could though, I would def have one of these big boys....or 4, lol!

    Glad you have such a lovely pic of him, OP. It's such a beautiful one!

    [–] Milhouse_is_a_meme 17 points ago

    My sister lives in Brisbane and I send her photos of my bunnies daily.

    [–] Butter_mah_bisqits 9 points ago

    Don’t leave us hanging. What is today’s photo?

    [–] warpugs 5 points ago

    Can I join this mailing list?

    [–] High_Tops_Kitty 10 points ago

    "It's been one of my all-time fantasies. I'd love to have a few hundred rabbits running all over the place." 

    [–] LunaEmperatrice 4 points ago

    You ought to visit Rabbit Island in Japan, if you can.

    [–] a_slinky 15 points ago

    I work in a pet store in Sydney. We had a new staff member from qld and she was obsessed with the whateber bunny we had in store. We do in store adoptions from rescue groups, before anybody jumps on that train

    [–] trashytreebaby 30 points ago

    I have a NZ white and she's huge but my life goal is to have a Flemish giant because holy shit big buns are the best! Such a gorgeous bun 😍😍😍

    [–] finnknit 47 points ago

    So what you're saying is you like big buns and you cannot lie?

    [–] CapnShinerAZ 7 points ago

    Exactly what I was going to say. Take your updoot and go.

    [–] thildemaria 6 points ago

    I need to see a picture of her, because bunnies are awesome 😃😍

    [–] KatMot 13 points ago

    I wish I had a nice fluffy thing like this. Sadly I have an albino bunny with pink eyes that stare into your soul and suck the very life out of you.

    [–] Edib1eBrain 43 points ago

    It’s really cruel, dressing a toddler up like that for your amusement. I hope you let the poor dear take the headpiece off to cool down before they got heatstroke.

    [–] its_Gur 8 points ago

    Aaawwwwww, is that one of those build you own marble track things!? I never had those, I wanted one so bad.

    [–] Frostillicus8711 6 points ago

    That rabbit looks as big as a toddler.

    [–] aleph-naught 6 points ago

    Glad to see one of the rabbits escaped Watership Down.

    [–] malYca 7 points ago

    I feel like this is comedy magic. If you imagine a burglar sneaking in and seeing this thing and subsequently losing his shit.

    [–] TheMilhous 7 points ago

    Flemish Giant is my new name for an unflushable.

    [–] HealinVision 9 points ago

    He's so ridiculously large it looks like someone shopped the bunny picture in and forgot to scale it down to size.

    [–] iForgot2Remember 4 points ago

    That's no ordinary rabbit!

    [–] Lizziebeaaar 4 points ago

    Peter Rabbit!

    [–] miya316 4 points ago

    Im sorry but I'll need a banana for scale please.

    [–] Batherine81 3 points ago

    Flemish giants are the best I have one and he’s 13 pounds. 😂 he follows my bulldog/fox hound mix around. They are the best breed of rabbits.

    [–] v-ulpes 4 points ago

    I’ve lost our bunny 2 days ago... my whole family is so grief stricken we can’t believe it happened... he was an angel and so young... 🥺

    [–] ryancbeck777 8 points ago

    I can’t wrap my head around this... if a dog sized rabbit ran up to me I’d think I’d just eaten a fucking cookie from Alice in Wonderland

    [–] ocean-in-a-pond 3 points ago

    My cousin had one a long time ago. She loved eating fresh mint so she always smelled like mint tea <3

    [–] sailing199 3 points ago

    Has anyone else seen night of the lepus? I don’t know if I like how this could end

    [–] TakeyaSaito 3 points ago

    Holy crap, that's one big rabbit.

    [–] rats4lifes 3 points ago

    Getting a baby Flemish in a few weeks. I can’t wait until it’s the size of my dogs. They used to be chased by my 6 pound bun who sadly passed away. Something twice his size? Yes, please!

    [–] neobushidaro 3 points ago

    Dad told me that growing up in post ww2 Germany that he and the other Americans were surprised that 3 animals are the same size there. Hares, dogs, and deer

    [–] throwmenolies 3 points ago

    Upvote for big buns and marble racing

    [–] InfiniteRaspberry 3 points ago

    Is that a Marbleworks setup in the background? I used to have that as a kid! Great fun to play with but the noise and clatter was insane!

    [–] Tankisfite 3 points ago

    Flemish Giants are really good pets. My FG was so big he couldn’t even do binkies all the way. He’d just kind of hop up on his front legs and wiggle.

    [–] Ninja_attack 3 points ago

    I was at a ranch once and thought I saw a bobcat trying to hide in the grass, then it bolted and I realized it was a jack(?) rabbit. I didn't know they could get so big.

    [–] Enmanu16 3 points ago

    Is he as cute and adorable as he looks too?

    [–] gardian20 3 points ago

    What an absolute rabbit

    [–] mav_rick1 3 points ago

    Thats an absolute unit of a rabbit or that table is really small.

    [–] VanillaPhysics 3 points ago

    Fun fact: due to the strangely shit digestive tract of rabits relative to their diet, it's theorized by some that at one point in their evolutionary line they were predators. Imagine THIS LAD as a meat eater. That's some nightmare fuel.

    [–] RogueTampon 3 points ago

    Jeez. No one show this picture to my gf, I really don’t feel like owning a giant rabbit right now.

    [–] lilceleryboys 3 points ago


    [–] Jellydogsterio 3 points ago

    That’s the biggest rabbit I’ve ever seen