Thursday, January 28, 2016

Animals!

It does not matter what animals you like from bunny to lizard from fish to horse! Comment below on what animal you like most. It is important to know who you are and being who you are means liking your own animal,liking your own color all these things make you you! Don't let someone tell you something your not and tell you what you like stand up. So Comment below on what animal you like the best. Thank You!

Star Wars!

Have you seen the new Star Wars? If you have comment below on what your favorite part was. If you haven't here are some times you can go and see it




Showtimes for Star Wars: The Force Awakens
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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Quiz answers!

1:  45 mph

2: 4 feet


Isn't that crazy! 4 feet and sometimes higher! 
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WOW 45 mph is that awesome!

Friday, January 22, 2016

Quiz time 3!

How fast can bunnies run and how high can bunnies jump?

Hint 1: faster than 30 mph

Hint 2: higher than 2 feet


Thursday, January 14, 2016

Bunny Facts 5/treats

                Bunny Treats
Ingredients:
1 Banana
½ Large carrot
1 Tbsp of honey
½ cup of cooking oats
½ cup of ground pellets

Put the banana and the honey in a small bowl, then grate up your carrot with a hand grater.
Mash it up with your hands until mashed up completely.
Take your oats and ground pellets and put it in a small electric grinder and grind for about a minute or until nice and chopped.
Put all of your ingredients in the bowl and mash it up by hand. Mash up until mixed and mashed completely.

Turn on the oven for 325 degrees.
Get a cookie sheet and spray it with cooking spray.
If you want your bunny to chew on something roll them up for 30 seconds.
If you want it kind of hard roll them up for 15 seconds.
If you want them nice and soft don't roll them up at all just get some batter and put it on the sheet, just always remember to make it even so it can bake evenly.
Make it about the size if you made a zero with your hand.

You should be able to make about 10-15 treats with the batter.
Put the treats in the oven and set the timer for 45 minutes.
When it's done, take it out of the oven and let it cool for about 10 minutes.
When there cooled, you can simply take them off with your hand.
When you get a treat, you can feed it to your bunny.

Your bunny will love the treats.

Bunny facts 4

Here is my research paper about bunnies and things is will  have a lot of information about bunnies thank you_____________________________________________________________


Imagine camping and roasting s’mores, but then you hear a rustling in the bushes and an adorable jack rabbit jumps out! Then as soon as it appears, it disappears.  If you are mad then go look at another bunny and that will make you feel better. Bunnies are very cute and interesting because of their parts, their breeds, their behavior, what they eat, how long they live and what their predators are.


Did you know that bunnies have excellent smell, hearing and vision? They have way better smell than us because they have 50 million cells in their nose, we only have 6 million. They have better hearing, because they can hear high pitched sounds and other mechanical and electrical sounds we can’t hear. They have better sight, because they nearly have 360 degrees panoramic vision. This means they can see many and any angles.  They can even see behind them too! Bunnies only have one “blind spot” (meaning they can’t see in that angle, which is in front of their nose.


Did you also know that there are 48 different bunny breeds we know of? The biggest breeds of bunny are: Checkered Giant, Flemish Giant, French Lop, Giant Chinchilla and Giant Angora. The Mini Rex, Lionhead, English  Lop, Dutch Rabbit, Netherland Dwarf, Holland Lop, Angora, New Zealand White and Jersey Wooly are the most common bunnies. Some bunny breeds can be mixed, for example my bunny is an English Spot mixed with a Holland Lop.


Bunnies thump their feet to tell other bunnies of danger. Bunny behavior can be strange at times but here are some of the basics. Bunnies may jump into the air and kick their legs and twist. This is called a binky. They do this when they are happy. Bunnies may stomp their feet to show that they are mad. Bunnies may also zip around the room in a blur and do things like amazing binkies. They do this when they are happy, glad and excited. This is called the bunny 500.  Bunnies may scream when in extreme pain or dying.

Bunnies need access to timothy hay 24/7. Bunnies eat lots of things like, apples,  carrots, bananas, lettuce, oats, bunny feed, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. You can also make bunny treats with honey, oats, bunny feed and your choice of fruit. Some bunnies don’t like carrots. For example my bunny does not like carrots, this is the same as my friend’s bunny.


Bunnies can live very long. Bunnies can live up to 1 - 10 years. Bunnies can live longer though. One bunny lived 16 years! My old bunny only lived one year.It really depends on health, care and love.  Bunnies  can not tolerate  heat stroke, getting squished, eaten and taken by birds.


Bunnies have many predators. Some can even be humans. Many bunnies are in danger when out in the wild, because of all the predators. These predators can be coyotes,birds, wolves, bears, mountain lion,puma,tiger and bigger birds.  Some can be eaten be large lizards or be killed by sickness or bugs also big cats. When in care of humans, some dangers can be, house cats, birds( when playing outside) and bugs.


After reading my paper about bunnies, I hope you learned a lot about the subjects of:bunny behavior, bunny breeds,bunny parts, what bunnies eat, bunny lifespan and bunny predators.  I hope you will find these facts interesting and someday get your own bunny or learned a lot about bunnies. I also hope you liked my paper about my favorite animal, bunnies


Sources


  1. Onekind.org/animals-a-z-rabbit
  2. MyhouseRabbit.com
  3. m.livescience.com/28162 - rabbit html
  4. riseandshinerabbitry.com