Now, just exactly how do they manage to position themselves right in the spot where the fence rail conceals their faces?
One of these guys is slightly bigger than the other, but I’m not clear if it is a male/female pair, or a parent and a leveret.
Trivia: Baby rabbits are called “kits”, but jackrabbits are considered to be hares, and their offspring are known as leverets. Thank you, Google! ;->