Saturday, June 20, 2009

Long Ears


Long Ears
This brown bunny has long ears and a big appetite. He is fond of the bird seed that Jack puts out for the birds. He also nibbles on grass, lamium and begonias. At least he is not a little rat. Jack read yesterday that rats can mate up to 20 times per day and that they can create 1500 descendants in one year! Incredible! Thank God people don't reproduce at that rate.

4 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

He is adorable. Good of this critter to get the leftovers from the birds off of your lawn!

Rats, rats, rats.....That news gives me the creeps.

Thanks for your feedback on my post today.

DragonQuilter said...

He may not be a rat but don't doubt for a minute that they can't reproduce in a big way....they don't refer to rabbits in "that manner" for nothing!

Thought you put out some repellent??

Abe Lincoln said...

LOL...

I enjoyed reading this post. I wonder how often people would mate if given the same opportunity the rats have? It is a grim outlook and one that rattles the brains when you can read that 100 million people around the world are finishing sex at this instant.

If all the human waste had been saved and added to a pile did you know it would reach to the moon twice and go around it 6 times and then go around earth 12 times and cover the North American continent to a depth that covered the Rocky Mountains.

It makes me wonder where all of that poop got to.

fishing guy said...

Joann: We have the same thing here plus ducks, groundhog, squirrels and chipmunks.