Rabbit + rat =?

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Did you know a rabbit and a rat can have descendants?
I saw the creatures...
Little monsters!:yuck:
 

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:surprised Pretty creepy stuff!:surprised

Do you know if the descendants are furtile?
 
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Do you know if the descendants are furtile?
I hope they are fertile ...
Possibiilty RABBIT+RAT is a cruel joke of mother Nature.
But rat who rapped our pet bunny doesn't seem to care of the consequnces.
 
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rabbit + rat

Oh. I thought the answer was going to be b^2+2(rat)+i [TEX]b^2+2(rat)+i[/TEX]

Sorry, wrong forum.
 
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I decided not to waste them.Only becouse my kinky nice says
she is interested in rising them.She says she is curious to find
out how they will look fully grown up...
OTOH,I'm interested how rabbits and rats can mutually procreate at all?
For instance,humans and chimps (fortunately) can't althought the biological
codes are only ~2% different.
 
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Are you sure? Interfamilial hybrids are rare- rats and rabbits don't even belong to the same order.
 
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Did you know a rabbit and a rat can have descendants?
I saw the creatures...
Little monsters!:yuck:
Rabbits and rats come from two different families and can't interbreed.
 
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Are you sure? Interfamilial hybrids are rare- rats and rabbits don't even belong to the same order.
Could be even more intriguing than I thought.
Who than or what shagged the bunny if not a rat?
I guarantee it wasn't another rabbit.
In the basement the occassional visitors could be only rats...
I'm not a biologist and that's is very strange,but I'm forced to think of a rat as prime suspect!
 
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Wait a minute. No one saw the mating? You're surmising what they are only from the fact that they look like little monsters?

I am very suspicious. Can you please recount the story from the top with details?
 
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Show the pictures so that we can judge what happened.
 
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Are you sure they aren't just normal rabbit pups? They're a long way from being cute and furry when born.

How long have you owned the rabbit? Is it possible it was already pregnant when you got it if you haven't had any other rabbits around? Or, barring that, if you suspect a rat could get into your basement, why couldn't a wild rabbit?
 
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Possibility RABBIT+RAT is a cruel joke of mother Nature.
And it was my joke as well .:rofl:
Seems some of you almost beleived it :smile:
(This *crossbreed* I named "rabrat")
 
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And it was my joke as well .:rofl:
Seems some of you almost beleived it :smile:
(This *crossbreed* I named "rabrat")
Don't flatter yourself. Some of us thought you were just whacked.
 
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Monique
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Don't flatter yourself. Some of us thought you were just whacked.
Or hit by a windmill.
 
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:rofl: funny thread.
 
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Or hit by a windmill.
Oh that happend too.Long ago...but nut consequences... still there :smile:
 
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oh it is possibe
i have lived through war and have seen such not so little monsters
one woman used to keep chickens and this rat rabbit brank blood from one of them till it was dead or something similar ....
strange
 
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Rabbits and rats come from two different families and can't interbreed.
I know a tiger and a rat that had offspring. One was a sheep and the other was a chicken.

My wife is Chinese.
 
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Yeah, I'm with Evo and Monique, this is BS. You didn't even provide a link, Tehno...
 
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Could the OP be referring to a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyrax" [Broken]?
 
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Scary. We have not only rabbit/rat interbreeding, but also some thread necromancy here...
 
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Scary. We have not only rabbit/rat interbreeding, but also some thread necromancy here...
Holy cr$p I did not notice the date on the OP.

Thread locked.
 

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