Nature can be scary, really scary. Especially fluffy, cute bunny rabbits! Real wildlife does not look or act anything like Disney films. Just because an animal is cute and fluffy doesn't mean it would try to eat you! This guy found out the hard way. Watch as this rabbit full on attacks this guy, he's lucky to have survived the incident! This is no ordinary rabbit...
Most of us, unless you're new to Lawton, Fort Sill, have been to Elmer Thomas Park to feed the ducks, geese and of course the prairie dogs. If you haven't yet, or if it's been awhile since your last visit, head to the park.
You think you know your pet, but do you *know* your pet? Would you, for example, say your guinea pig is a Betty or a Veronica? What's your iguana's opinion on repealing the Glass-Steagall Act? Most importantly, DO YOU EVEN KNOW YOUR FERRET'S MYERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPE????!! Is your pet ... an INTROVERT?
As a nation we have always loved the idea of the cute and fluffy bunny rabbit. We've laughed as Bugs Bunny outsmarted Elmer Fudd every Saturday Morning. We love it when the Easter Bunny leaves us a basket of goodies on Easter Sunday. Now we have new evidence that bunnies are really a bunch of d!#ks! Watch the video if you don't believe me!
You may not be aware, but the Easter Bunny has been around for a long time. Easily one of the most recognizable symbols of the holiday, the loveable critter was first mentioned in an essay by German physician and botanist Georg Franck von Frankenau all the way back in 1682. Funny, we always figured he was just a Hallmark creation.