Posted by sean on August 24, 2019 at 4:40 pm in Internet with No Comments

Can you identify what animal is enjoying a relaxing stroke in the video below?

Social media is divided as to whether it is a crown or a rabbit.

When I first watched the clip, I thought it was a no-brainer. It’s a crow. I’ve never seen a crow up close, but I’ve held and stroked plenty of bunnies in my lifetime and they certainly don’t look like that!

Being so adamant about the whole crow/rabbit thing, I was a little worried if the creature transpired to be a bunny. Not because I have a problem with being wrong, but because of the awful circumstances, which would have led to a rabbit resembling a large black-feathered bird. Probably plenty of inbreeding, while living on the site of the Chernobyl disaster.

It just goes to show that Roman receives such levels of love and attention that I can easily pick out what is not a rabbit in one of those stupid internet trends.*

an internet trend so stupid that I spent part of my Saturday afternoon blogging about it…

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