Contributed by Rachael Sharpe
Many of us with house rabbits know the basics of bunny behavior. We know what a Binky is, we know that when rabbits are frightened they will flatten to the ground with wide eyes. We also know when they want to be petted they will lower their head and be still. But what do we really understand about talking to our buns? As animals with a spoken language, we often rely heavily on words to communicate with one another.