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Here comes Peter Cotton-Tail, hoppin down the bunny trail...
...Hippity Hoppity, Easter's on its way...
...up pops a King Brown snake, and thwack Peter's got a nice snack...
Next, on "When Bunnies Attack", we see the wild and ferocious cotton-tail.
Originally posted by titan69
This doesn't surprise me as I've worked with animals for years and I've always said that one of the most vicious animals are rabbits! I think we are so used to thinking of them as soft cute fluffy things but that only applies to tame domesticated ones. Not only can they give a nasty bite (blunt teeth hurt waaay more than sharp ones) but they can give a nasty kick and scratch too with those powerful legs of theirs!
Brush rabbits are normally timid, and their best defense is speed, but they can defend themselves by biting and kicking; brush rabbits can even climb trees. A mother brush rabbit can drive off a snake or even a raccoon twice her size when defending her young. Because a wild rabbit can be quite vicious in defending itself, it is not a good idea to try to pick one up.
Originally posted by DaMod
reply to post by FreeSpeaker
Well why don't you watch the video and see for yourself