This is a hare which fur has just begun to turn white. It is hiding in the grass.
RIP Hare. Never forget.
All our bodies will stop working one day, it will die, and we will not be able to live in it any more.
The difference between the hare and us is that we will know what is happening, we can be prepared.
This is what happens to the hares who lose their spectacles.
Poor little bunny. Was he Marxist bunny? Or capitalist bunny?
Poor little bunny. Looks like he lived a good life in beautiful surroundings. I like to imagine he’s hipping and hopping somewhere nice across the rainbow bridge!
This photographer catch very rare scene.
Aahw so sad.. but beautifull too.
RIP…my animal friend!
Poor little guy He’s in Hare Heaven now, eating all the carrots he can.
A hare that died from old age………. Not eaten or shot by anybody….. Lived a life in an environment friendly way……….. died in the leafs which is his own bed and at peace with dying… I dont really see anything sad in this story.
He must have lived long for his fur to turn gray this way. I hope he had a good life and saw many things.
you died a good death.Not every living being dies like you.good buy
Rip mr Hare pants…
This reminds me of many old people in asylum for the aged who are waiting certain death lonely..They have led very hard life compared with us but no one stays beside them. Sad because this reminds me of my parents..
Cmon! Its clearly ill! Got a parasite or soemth
Fluffskij Bunnskij RIP
Jesus…that is really something.
In the wild, an average life expectancy of a hare goes up to 2 or three years. Too many predators, and being culled out of necessity by humans, really makes it a rarity to see an actual hare die of old age. And to think, how many of his own generation even survived to his age? Great photos, man, that was seriously special.
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