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Annual blue rabbit urine post

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Finding blue rabbit urine in the snow is almost becoming routine. All you need are wild rabbits (in our case, eastern cottontails), snow (got plenty), and buckthorn--an invasive woody plant that rabbits resort to feeding on in the winter when food is scarce.

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asakiyume
Mar. 28th, 2015 04:28 pm (UTC)
Well, I've missed this fascinating fact when you've posted about it before. *very* cool. Blue rabbit urine. Or rather, blue urine--from rabbits!
dinahprincedaly
Mar. 28th, 2015 06:46 pm (UTC)
seems like an easter kind of thing... oh wait, thats dyed eggs... ; )

I didn't know about this buckthorn effect either... I'm not sure even what buckthorn looks like, I'm going to google... is the blue pee specific to rabbits? or anything that might also eat it?
urbpan
Mar. 29th, 2015 04:12 pm (UTC)
To my knowledge, no other animal seems to have the buckthorn effect. Check my buckthorn tag for some pics and more info!
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