Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
They fight like girls.
Makes Watership Down seem a lot less scary...
This is quite common over this side of the pond, particularly in March/April as the mating season begins, and over here its the Hares that do this, not Rabbits. The size and upright position of their ears and the length of their hind legs are indicators.However if this vid was taken in North America they could be Jack Rabbits - I've only ever seen one close up and that was a long time ago so the memory is vague but I do recall noting a resemblance at the time.
Ranbits will bite other males and females will bite other rabbitts close to her nest, but the sort of bitch slapping in the video is a trait of hares and jack rabbits.Exile1981
kinda like kangaroos,but less lethal....vaquero viejo
Timbo says girls, I say Liberal's.
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