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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Hare or Rabbit, I am not sure, With myxomatosis!!!!!!

I think it is a Hare with myxomatosis, truly nauseous, the people who put it on their land should be punished.

And now, the immature Herring Gull.

 

47 comments:

  1. Yes it has Bob. An awful disease.

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  2. j'adore les lapins et chez toi encore quel plaisir!
    Mais comment fais tu pour voir autant d'animaux!!!!!!!!
    tu es surement magicien!!!

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  3. PS it is a rabbit....as far as I know hares don't get mixie.

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  4. Ja, ich finde auch so etwas gehört bestraft!
    Und ich meine es ist ein Kaninchen, bin aber nicht sicher...

    Servus
    CL

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  5. heerlijk eerst een haas en dan de eend allebei heel mooi.

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  6. Des photos que l'on n'a pas l'habitude de voir ici, mais qui font aussi partie de la vie animale. Très beaux shoots sur ces la pins malades et dont la maladie va les , dans un premier temps, les rendre aveugle, dans un second temps, les voir mourir après avoir contaminé leurs congénères. Terrible maladie.

    Roger

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  7. Ce matin un chasseur à ........... un lapin
    IL est trop beau

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  8. Hi Bob. It's a rabbit. You could se it on the brown neck and small ears. / Urban

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  9. A rabbit! I reminded me of Alice in Wonderland, Bob! A wonderful evening! Beautiful, beautiful ...

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  10. Ohhh!!! what a shame!!!.. Snifff!!!.. :-(

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  12. Poor rabbit. Like Adrian says an awful disease.
    A disease that was deliberately introduced in a lot of countries to control rabbit populations.

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  13. Im glad im not a rabbit. It's bad enough having a cold. Mixie, such a bad thing. How's the camaera, got to grips with it yet?



    peter

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  14. Shame about the rabbit!! The gull is very fine.

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  15. It's always a shame seeing wildlife suffering Bob..

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  16. Hola Bob impactante imagen del conejo con esa maldita enfermedad llamada mixomatosis la cual a exterminado a millones de conejos en toda Europa y que perjudica a muchas rapaces y especies que se alimentan de conejos.Un saludo.

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  17. It's horrible Bob.
    Immature Herring Gull is beautiful.

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  18. Hi Bob,
    very good post
    it reminds me in what type of society we life¡
    regards joanca

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  19. Yes it happens and spread fast among the rabbits...

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  20. Think it's a Rabbit Bob - that is so sad to see!

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  21. was not familiar with this disease. sad.

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  22. It is a shame to see any wildlife suffering, poor rabbit.

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  23. Muy simpáticos los conejos, por lo menos a mí siempre me lo han parecido. La gaviota muy señorial, con esa cabeza altiva.

    Saludos.

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  24. How sad this is, thanks for sharing.

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  25. Bob my Friend!
    Wonderful Images Hare or Rabbit!

    Have a good week!

    Greatings!

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  26. I had to look that up.. how heartbreaking.

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  27. Mother Nature can be cruel. Poor thing. Great shots.

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  28. So sad for the rabbit. And contagious. Awful. Good pictures, Bob. Are you already get used to your camera ? Greetings, Joke

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  29. you have right.Animals must be free!!!!!
    what a shame-(((((
    we people are ugly animals-(((

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  30. What really make this as seen.
    This has not long to live.
    The herring gull is wonderful again Bob.
    Greetings Irma

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  31. Wonderful photographs, superb views. I am greeting

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  32. It's terrible disease Bob. It always saddens me to see the things that us humans can inflict on our fellow beings.

    Hares are not troubled by 'mixie' but can be carriers.

    The good news is that rabbits have slowly been building up an immunity and some ( about 40% ) are now able to make a full recovery...[;o)

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  33. I surly much prefer your gull, Bob!
    This poor rabbit doesn't have long to live unless a thoughtful soul puts an end to its misery and burns it to avoid propagation...
    Take care!

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  34. Poor little thing, I don't understand why man thinks it can treat its fellow creatures in this way :(

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  35. Very sad looking rabbit, I have never heard of that disease before (had to google it), a cruel thing to do to an animal.
    Gull is a much happier image. Thanks for all Bob.

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  36. Awwww....poor rabbit. Great photos, Bob, love that gull!

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  37. aww, my heart breaks...poor little rabbit!

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  38. Very sorry for the hare... but I appreciate you for the shots on him! Lovely one on gull

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  39. Why man is sometimes so cruel?
    a hug

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