I don’t think even Elmer Fudd will go after THAT rabbit.
You could make stew for a year with that ‘rabbit’.
But think of the eggs he’ll hide next Easter.
Not one that you can easily solve.
Here’s more proof for evolution. That prehistoric rabbit hasn’t evolved any long ears yet.
If that guy goes “Hipity Hop”, I don’t want to be under anything. Any structure and even the ground is going to bounce with each and every hop.
The problem is … it’s not a rabbit. (Not even a cute fluffy tail.)
It’s WABBIT season!
Uhh, what’s up, doc?
What’s eatin’ ya, Jane? :D
Just what ya always wanted. Yer very own giant bunny rabbit. You can calls him George too.
Fat Broad is smokin’ hot!
Suddenly, the farmer becomes a rancher. Way to those beans into steak and pot roast for the winter.
Get your club Jane!
That’s a very big nose!
Is the problem that the dinosaur is eating the rabbits?
Dat’s one big honkin’ rabbit!
That’s one huge rabbit
And he appreciates all of your efforts to make him this beautiful salad…..
That’s no Rabbit, It’s a Dinosaur. Hungry one too!
That’s one big rabbit!
Be more specific. The Rabbit problem could be that they’re disappearing. At which point you’d want to show a Velociraptor.
“We’re going to need a bigger fence.”
This is why farming wasn’t successful until the Neolithic Age. Big rabbits!
Now is that a Nuralagus rex, if so, you do have something of a rabbit problem.