Apr 18 2014

Your obligatary Easter bunny for skeptics



This little guy was supposedly born at a zoo in N. Korea and a member of a rare and endangered species, the so-called Fennec Hare. He’s adorable. But alas, he’s also a known fake making the rounds anew this Easter. Probably a kitten with photo shopped ears. Beware.


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  1. 1

    That’s the creepiest looking thing ever.

    If it *is* real, I don’t ever want to meet one.

  2. 2

    The skin tone of the hand seems rather non-asian as well.

  3. 3

    @1, cuttlefish: I think I’d love to have a kitty like that. We already have one named “Bunny”, however.

  4. 4

    @3 Especially if it was a button tailed Manx, with the peculiar hopping gait that they have. You might be able to flummox a creationist or two.

  5. 5

    That’s what it is – it’s a transitional form. Move over ‘Crocoduck’, here’s the ‘Crabbit’ (or the ‘Rat’, but I think that one’s already taken).

    Anyhow, if it was born in a ‘zoo’ in Nth. Korea it’s been eaten by now.

  6. 6

    The north Korean version of mcdonalds got 10,000 burgers out of it.

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    Def a kitten : http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/49/e9/ad/49e9add349cb020e1a2b8f52346cd7f2.jpg

    moarscienceplz @2
    the tone of that comment seems rather nonsensical.

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    It’s a cabbit! I want one. I’ll hug him and pet him and call him George! Seriously, why is no one working on this? I’ll give a good money to someone who can make a genetically modified organism like that, as compared to glow in the dark rabbits, rats and cats. Also, real pink unicorns, why not… Our company will earn billions!

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