What kind of plant is rabbit ears?

Answer Rabbit ears (Ruttya fruticosa) is an evergreen in the Acanthaceae family. It is an east African plant, and the yellow to dark red flowers have two long, adjacent petals shaped like rabbit ears. The... Read More »

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Can you still use rabbit ears?

On One Hand: Antennas Needed for Over-the-Air TVYou can still use rabbit-ear antennas, and will need to if you want to receive free, over-the-air television. Most cable and satellite services inclu... Read More »

Can you pick up a rabbit by its ears?

You must never pick up a rabbit by its ears. The ears are very sensitive and, even besides being very painful for the animal, such handling could cause serious and often irreparable injuries. Rathe... Read More »

Do any rabbit ears work?

On One Hand: Cheap and EffectveRabbit ears, also known as dipole antenna, are a cheap and usually effective way to get channels on your home television. Antennas can cost between $100 and $200. Th... Read More »

Why would a rabbit have short ears?

Compared to most other animals, rabbits have relatively long ears. Sometimes, however, there are rabbits that have shorter ears than others. There are a number of factors that contribute to the len... Read More »