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I know there are plenty of fauna experts on here.

 

 

Is it a hare or a rabbit with longish hind legs? Spotted it on country road in the UK.

 

I assume the hole in the chest is where a crow, Magpie... has been pecking.

 

Thanks

 

Joe

 

 

 

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Or more precisely an ex-rabbit :rolleyes:

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Thanks, Philippe. Much appreciated.

 

 

Joe

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I think you're on to a winner there. I recently had a search for 'dead piglet' (or thereabouts) and conclude that someone, somewhere uses (or steals) dead animal pictures.

 

But I digress - it's definitely a rabbit.

 

Richard.

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I've got a dead frog (European common, rana temporaria) on here.

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As it's the Day of the Dead today.... :ph34r:

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Phil

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I've got a dead sheep too!

 

And a dead bird.

 

And a dead mouse.

 

John

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I've got a dead sheep too!

 

And a dead bird.

 

And a dead mouse.

 

John

 

 

You must have to use a lot of air freshener in your house John. :D

 

Allan

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Politely decline when invited over for a BBQ...

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Oh, go on then:

 

#piglet #runt #dead

 

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I've got a dead sheep too!

 

And a dead bird.

 

And a dead mouse.

 

John

 

 

You must have to use a lot of air freshener in your house John. :D

 

Allan

 

 

Luckily the sheep and the bird were not in the house - although the mouse was!  :)

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Politely decline when invited over for a BBQ...

 

 

 

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

 

Allan

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I'm afraid I also have a collection of dead animal images - I didn't realise how many I had! Also got others of a puffin, razorbill, dolphin, rabbit, sheep and whale blubber! All within a few miles of my house - strange but none have ever sold!

 

Dead Otter

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Dead Mink

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A red deer

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Not just me that photographs them then  :ph34r: !

 

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I know there are plenty of fauna experts on here.

 

 

Is it a hare or a rabbit with longish hind legs? Spotted it on country road in the UK.

 

I assume the hole in the chest is where a crow, Magpie... has been pecking.

 

Thanks

 

Joe

 

 

 

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Just to lighten the mood... Why was the rabbit so upset?

(She was having a bad hare day!)

 

What kind of book does a rabbit like to read?

(One with a hoppy ending!)

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I know there are plenty of fauna experts on here.

 

 

Is it a hare or a rabbit with longish hind legs? Spotted it on country road in the UK.

 

I assume the hole in the chest is where a crow, Magpie... has been pecking.

 

Thanks

 

Joe

 

 

 

H6EX1T.jpg

Just to lighten the mood... Why was the rabbit so upset?

(She was having a bad hare day!)

 

What kind of book does a rabbit like to read?

(One with a hoppy ending!)

 

Sign in a butcher's shop window: 'Watership Down - you've read the book, you've seen the film, now eat the pie'. 

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Checked my death list:  dead fish, dead razorbill, dead robin, dead sparrow, dead grasshopper and dead spider.

(Dead fish covers 60%  :) )

 

Best, Perry

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You could ask this guy.  I am pretty sure he would say it was Wascally Wabbit

 

 

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