September 09, 2019
A rabbit came out of her hole to bask in the sun. Lost in the moment, she doesn't notice when a fox sneaks towards her.
The day was unusually sunny, and there was no way the rabbit was going to miss the warmth, so she touted all rules and snuck out of her hole. The day was so lovely that she became careless and got caught by a fox.
An urban fox is seen on a garden shed in north London | Photo: Getty Images
The fox gleefully said:
"I am going to eat you for lunch!"
The rabbit told the fox to wait and said:
"You should at least wait a few days."
Her response piqued the fox's curiosity, and he openly wondered why he should wait before eating her. The little rabbit calmly explained:
"Well, I am just finishing my thesis on 'The Superiority of Rabbits over Foxes and Wolves,'"
Photo of a fox in Lomasona valley, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy. | Photo: Getty Images
Angrily, the fox retorted:
"Are you crazy? I should eat you right now! Everybody knows that a fox will always win over a rabbit."
Seeing her chance, the rabbit invited the fox into her hole so he could see for himself. Curiosity got the best of the predator, and he followed her down into the rabbit hole, but he never came back out.
A few days later, the little animal was again taking a break from writing. Sure enough, a wolf came out of the bushes and was ready to set upon her.
A wolf roams the enclosure in the biotope game park | Photo: Getty Images
The rabbit again brings the action to a halt putting information about her so-called research. That cracked the wolf up, and he laughed so hard, he almost let her go.
Like she did with the fox, the rabbit invited the wolf to come check out the reports in her rabbit hole. Again, the wolf never returned! The rabbit finished her special project and was out celebrating when another rabbit came along and asked for why she looked so happy.
The first rabbit said:
"I just finished my thesis."
The other rabbit asked:
"Congratulations. What's it about?"
Two rabbits sitting on the grass, while another is half-hidden in a hole | Photo: Getty Images
The first rabbit answered:
"'The Superiority of Rabbits over Foxes and Wolves'."
The other rabbit replied:
"Are you sure? That doesn't sound right."
The first rabbit said:
"Oh, yes. Come and read it for yourself."
Rabbits enjoying the coolness in the morning in the Tiergarten. | Photo: Getty Images
So together they went down into the rabbit's hole. The other rabbit met an, indeed, astounding sight! All that was left of the fox and the wolf were a pile of bones and right next to them was a well-fed lion!
The man opens the suitcase and finds that there are three foxes inside. He quickly dials the emergency services saying;
"I just found three foxes in a suitcase. What should I do?"
Three Arctic fox cubs at den on the tundra in summer. | Photo: Getty Images
The operator asked if they were moving. The man replied he didn't know and said
"But that would explain the suitcase."