Monday, March 21, 2011

That's one big bunny

Scientists in Spain have found the skeleton of a prehistoric rabbit that got quite big:

The giant rabbit, dubbed Nuralagus rex, weighed 26.4 pounds, about six times the size of the living European rabbit
That is one large hasenpfeffer on the hoof.  A rabbit that big would feed a family of four for a week.  A family of them would provide enough fur to make a fuzzy lingerie for Rosie O'Donnell.

Too bad the species is gone.  Bunnies that big would make a good emergency protein supply for TEOTWAWKI.  

1 comment:

Lokidude said...

That thing requires the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch!

wv: painess - What the bunny would feel when the count reached 3.

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