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    • Sylvia

      Funny Bunny... Tired Bunny. Click the link to view today's funniest pictures! **FYI... Actually this cute creature is a Viscacha. A bit like a big rabbit with a long tail, they live among the rocks in high altitude regions of Peru, Bolivia and Chile.

    • Zhouying Lin

      This bunny who regrets signing up for that early morning yoga class. | 17 Animals Who Are Sleepier Than You

    • Lj Wilson

      Tired Bunny - "Oh me, I just can't keep from yawning today. I think I need more sleep!" This bunny looks like my son's rabbit he had once, Rabbit Redford!

    • Nicole Willems

      yawning rabbit-- When I need a laugh, I just google images of "yawning rabbit" They look so crazy when they yawn. I <3 bunnies!!

    • GTA 5 Money Glitch!

      That moment when summer is over US Humor - Funny pictures, Quotes, Pics, Photos, Images

    • Bunny Box

      Bunny Blog Story Of The Day - How To Keep Your Rabbits teeth Healthy

    • Crystal Kuld

      stretching bunny rabbit : ) ... How I feel in the mornings

    • Dawn Baker

      Sleepy animals ~ funny bunny RPOTD

    • Mary Massie

      Yawn bunny rabbit mouth

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