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The Br'er Rabbit stories can be traced back to trickster figures in Africa, particularly the hare that figures prominently in the storytelling traditions in West, Central, and Southern Africa.[4] Among the Temne people in Sierra Leone, they tell children stories of a talking rabbit.[5] Other regions of Africa also tell children stories of talking rabbits and other animals.[6] These tales continue to be part of the traditional folklore of numerous peoples throughout those regions. In the Akan traditions of West Africa, the trickster is usually the spider Anansi, though the plots in his tales are often identical with those of stories of Br'er Rabbit. However, Anansi does encounter a tricky rabbit called "Adanko" (Asante-Twi to mean "Hare") in some stories. The Jamaican character with the same name "Brer Rabbit" is an adaptation of the Ananse stories of the Akan people.[7][8]

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Several elements in the Brer Rabbit Tar Baby story (e.g., rabbit needing to be taught a lesson, punching and head butting the rabbit, the stuck rabbit being swung around and around) are reminiscent of those found in a Zimbabwe-Botswana folktale.[10]

Folklorists in the late 19th century first documented evidence that the American versions of the stories originated among enslaved West Africans based on connections between Br'er Rabbit and Leuk, a rabbit trickster in Senegalese folklore.[11][12]

In a Cherokee tale about the briar patch, "the fox and the wolf throw the trickster rabbit into a thicket from which the rabbit quickly escapes."[16] There was a "melding of the Cherokee rabbit-trickster ... into the culture of African slaves."[17]

According to the Chinese zodiac story, in the competition held by the Jade Emperor to decide the zodiac animals, the quick-witted rat asked the diligent ox to take him on a ride to cross the river and jumped down before the ox crossed the finish line. Thus the rat won the race and became the first of the zodiac animals, followed by ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig.

Carneiro et al. (2021) identified a splice-site mutation at the end of exon 9 of the Rorb gene as the cause of abnormal locomotion in the 'sauteur d'Alfort' rabbit, which exhibits bipedal gait using the front legs instead of typical jumping. The mutation caused a marked reduction of Rorb-positive neurons in spinal cord and defects in differentiation of populations of spinal cord interneurons.

Sometimes a person just needs to shut down and play some completely crazy shooter which only goal is to entertain you, without heavy thinking over complicated puzzles. Jack Jazzrabbit 2 offers exactly this. Jazzrabbit 2 is now a cult game in platform games world. The game is crazy - from its graphic elements and features to the gameplay, music and characters. Although at first glance it may not look like it is a classic love story between boy and girl, and as always, girl gets kidnapped and it is up to you to save her. In this case, the love is between bunny rabbits Jack and Eve and in the game you play the role of Jazz, but you can also play as Jazz's brother Spaza, or his sister Lori. You will enjoy several different levels in underground, swamp, forest, also in the lava fields, that are nicely done in a crazy style.

In general, lop rabbit care is similar to other breeds of rabbits. However, lops are more prone to ear infections, dental problems, and obesity. To care for them, you will need to keep a strict diet. As your rabbit ages, you may need to perform weekly ear-cleanings to reduce the chance of infection.

For the most part lop rabbit care is very similar to their uppity-eared counterparts. However, lop rabbit body language has some major differences because of the role their ears play. In addition, you will need to pay extra attention to their health.

Lop rabbits tend to have a shorter skull than uppity eared rabbits. This affects the jaw and teeth alignment of lop rabbits, causing them to have a higher risk of developing dental problems. A recent study found that lop rabbits were 23 times more likely to have problems with their incisor teeth, and 12 times more likely to to have problems with their cheek teeth.

Because most lop rabbits have been bred from French Lops, they have a stocky build and a tendency to put on weight quickly. Rabbits have a sensitive digestive system, so obesity can be a very dangerous condition. You want to make sure you help your rabbit maintain a healthy lifestyle so they can continue to be a happy and healthy bunny.

For a typical rabbit, you can learn a lot about what they are feeling and trying to communicate by watching their ears. The ears are like antennas that can tell us when a rabbit is alert, curious, or even angry and upset. Lop rabbits, however, can be a lot more difficult to understand. They have a very limited amount of control over their ears. Because of this, it takes a little bit more time and practice to understand the body language of a lop-eared rabbit.

While lop rabbits definitely have less control over their ears than their uppity-eared counterparts, they do still maintain some ability to move their ears around. The amount that a lop rabbit can move their ears varies depending on how strong their ear muscles are.

Most lop-eared rabbits are, at the very least, able to rotate their ears so the inner ear is facing forward. Many are able to raise their ears at least a little bit, and some can even lift their ears to an upright position. It really just depends on the specific rabbit and their genetics.

Because they have a history of being bred mainly as pets, lop rabbits tend to be friendly breeds of rabbits. They are very willing to socialize with people and often have personalities that resemble little puppy dogs. This friendly disposition, as well as the adorable appearance of lop-eared rabbits, makes them very popular as pets.

However, it is important to remember that all rabbits are individuals. There are many lop-eared rabbits that are shy or dislike human attention. The breed of a rabbit is not always the best indicator for their personality. You will need to meet a rabbit to judge their personality for yourself.

The current theory is that some rabbits living in warmer temperatures eventually developed ears that were so large that they flopped over. The muscles at the base of the ear were no longer able to support the ear structure and some rabbits started to have lop ears.

When at rest, the ears will generally be facing inward, with the inner ear facing toward the skull. Lop-eared rabbits do still maintain some ability to rotate their ears to better hear where sounds are coming from.

The exact timing will vary based on a number of factors. Some rabbits have weaker ear muscles, and some rabbits have ears that grow faster. Whatever the case, it takes on average one to four months for lop ears to fall, but there are many outliers. Some will have ears that fall within a couple weeks, and some can even take a year.

Not all rabbits have fully lop ears. There are many mixed breed rabbits that have a lot more control over their ears than a typical lop-eared bunny. These rabbits will have ears that appear lop when at rest, but they are able to control their ears and lift them to a full upright position if they want to. This is likely because the mixed genes of these rabbits have weakened the muscles at the base of their ears, but not so much that ear movement is impossible.

The American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) currently recognizes 5 different breeds of lop eared rabbits: The American Fuzzy Lop, the English Lop, the French Lop, the Holland Lop, and the Mini Lop. Of course, there are other rabbits who are not purebred who may also show this gene. For example, I have seen a couple fabulous lionhead rabbits who also had lop ears.

American Fuzzy Lop rabbits are the newest recognized breed of lops. They were added to the ranks of floppy eared rabbits in 1989 from a mix of Holland Lop and French Angora to get that fuzzy look. These rabbits are known for their long wooly coat, with short lop ears. They can be a whole variety of fun colors, and will have dark ears and dark markings around their nose. American Fuzzy Lops are a small breed of rabbit and will only weigh up to around four pounds.

Holland lops are one of the most popular breeds of rabbits that are kept as pets today. They are one of the smallest breeds of lop rabbits, weighing in at four pounds or less. Holland lops have a short and compact face, with thick fur and short ears. These cuties can be pretty much any color and have become known as one of the friendliest breeds of rabbit.

Mini Lop rabbits have the appearance of a half-sized French Lop rabbit. They have a compact, round body with a thick coat that can be any color. Their ears tend to be a little long, causing the tips to just barely drag on the floor. Despite the name, Mini Lop rabbits are actually medium sized. They will usually weigh about five or six pounds when they are fully grown.

Amy Pratt is a lifelong rabbit owner who has been specializing with rabbits at the Humane Rescue Alliance. She helps to socialize the rabbits and educate volunteers on the care and behavior of these small mammals.

Do you wonder what your silly bunny is doing when she jumps and twists in the air? Or why she likes to rub her chin on everything? All animals have their own secret body language, and rabbits are no...

During the season, we watched Martha grow as a person and then suffer a breakdown. She started setting traps to hunt for meat for the other teenagers. However, one of the traps ended up causing a rabbit to lose her leg and Martha saw her babies attempting to feed from the dead momma rabbit. 041b061a72


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