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I purchased one of these for the sanctuary I help at.
Shipping is ridiculous but I thought it would be a good poster for education. It would also be good to take to any education events too.
that's very cool! i didn't realize they had 28 teeth... i figured they had a lot less. i'm a dental hygiene student, so teeth are kinda a hobby of mine (yeah... i'm a dork like that.)
Nice poster, Sarita. I think I saw the same one featured on the Hopper Home Bunny Blog? The head XRay looks so weird compare to the cuteness of a bunnies face :-}
The head XRay looks so weird compare to the cuteness of a bunnies face :-}
so true! although when i saw baby bun's exray before her surgery it was pretty cute / funny to see. mostly because it was clear of suspicious 'spots' of course, but also to see all of her bits. my vet - who clearly loves her job which is part of why i like her so much - pointed out all of her organs & i could even see a bunch of poops all lined up ready to come out. made me giggle seeing that for some reason
i've never been around a brand new baby bunny... do they have teeth when they're born, or do they come thru in the weeks following birth?