"A petrified burglar fled a family home in the middle of the night – after coming face-to-face with their giant pet rabbit." There is a photo.
"That rabbits like to hop, of course, is hardly a secret. Kaninhop, though, involves bunnies barrelling their way through courses consisting of several small jumps of varying height and breadth — not unlike horse jumping. And it is a hobby which has spent the last few decades slowly spreading around the world from its origins in Sweden in the early 1980s. In addition to several countries in Europe, the pasttime has also become popular in the United States and Canada — and there are even chapters in Japan." —Welcome to the world of competitive bunny jumping. There are photos!
Jens Gyldenkærne Clausen, from Flickr.
Yeah, it's that kind of day. Sigh. Alright, anyway, here we go: "A LUCKY bunny had it away with 10 lady rabbits after a prankster stuck him in an all-female colony at an animal centre…. Shocked staff discovered him the next morning — sparked out after a night of rabbit passion." The phrase "bunny bonking" also comes into play.
"Then the farmer hit the rabbit with the hammer. One child fainted, others burst into tears. Next, he slit the animal's throat with a knife, gutted the body, skinned it and hung it up to drain. The next day, the rabbit was grilled in the school yard and eaten—in Stone Age style, naturally, on a hot stone. Some mothers and fathers who had attended the feast had also tried it, the farmer recalled." —A farmer in the North German town of Ratekau caused a stir with a demonstration he gave during "Stone Age Week," part of a local school's 5th-grade curriculum. Thirty students signed a petition to save the [...]