Vroni Effner, a 23-year-old female reporter who lives in Coesfeld of Germany, rescued  5 wild orphaned baby rabbit.

Her pet dog Rüde Jack, a wolf dog helps her take care of these little rabbits, according to the website of Germany magazine Das Bild.

Some Amazing Facts About Rabbits: Rabbits have an excellent sense of smell, hearing and vision. They have nearly 360° panoramic vision, allowing them to detect predators from all directions. They can see everything behind them and only have a small blind-spot in front of their nose.

Rabbits have extremely strong hind limbs which allow them to leap great distances. They can jump up to one metre high and three metres long. Rabbits are territorial animals which live in loosely organised social groups. They live in warrens comprising of an intricate series of underground tunnels with different entrances and exits.

When rabbits ‘binky’, this is an expression of joy. They will run, jump into the air, twist their body and flick their feet.

Rabbits are affectionate social animals that enjoy the company of other rabbits. They will perform allogrooming where two individuals will simultaneously groom each other.

Responses to ""Baby-sitter" Wolf Dog Looks After Rescued Little Rabbits in Germany"

  1. Yes these rabbits will last a long time in the wild. Look there is our old friend wolf dog. Wait what is he doing to Fred, why is he smiling like that? That is not how you grooom *gasp* Oh the horror!! Wolf dog just ate Fred.

  2. I loved having rabbits as a kid...They are really special animals

  3. Nice story

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