The Angora Rabbits were selectively bred for the fashion industry

The impossibly fluffy Angora Rabbit is bred for its soft wool and was once a popular pet of royalty. These fur balls are a result of hundreds of years of selective breeding. Although they are still bred for their wool today, these adorable creatures are also popular pets and prize winning show bunnies. Where did … Continued

11 animals that are prone to cannibalism

It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, what with evolving ecosystems, loss of habitats, and overall human effects on the greater animal kingdom. So can you really blame an animal for sometimes turning on its own kind? There are a variety of reasons animals engage in cannibalism, from stories of survival, stress and sex, to stranger … Continued

The secret history of the rabbit

From pregnancy tests to witchcraft to world domination – here is the nature of the rabbit.

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16 things you may not know about rabbits

How did the lucky rabbit’s foot become a thing? What is a “binky” and why do rabbits do it? And why are they so darn good at multiplying? Watch the video above for answers to these and many other hare-raising questions. For more fun animal facts, check out Animalogic on YouTube.

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Cute fix: It's a stampede... of bunnies

If you’re planning a trip to Japan, you may want to visit the small island of Ōkunoshima. The island, which is nicknamed Usagi Jima (“Rabbit Island”), is inhabited by a huge population of wild rabbits. Visitors have noted that the rabbits are very tame and quite used to people (probably thanks to the number of … Continued

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20 extremely cute rabbits from around the web

Happy International Rabbit Day! This bizarre but brilliant occasion is a chance to celebrate the lovable long-eared fluff-balls that bring joy to so many people. It’s also an opportunity to think about how we can protect rabbits from the many ways they’re harmed. This includes hunting, medical experimentation, product testing and fur farming. So as … Continued