Saturday, December 26, 2020

80 Million Cases and the Hungry Bunny

Hitherto, 80 million coronavirus cases! 

Ukraine already registered one million cases, the seventeenth country to do so.


And Malaysia on Thursday achieved a milestone – we have joined the C100K club! We surpassed 100,000 cases todate, being ranked #75 in the world for the highest number of infections. 

All the seventy-five countries together contribute 97.3% and 97.7% of cases and deaths worldwide respectively. 

Hmm, I wonder what has the Malaysian Health Director-General got to say about the country's pitiful numbers?!

TheYouTube video of a bunny eating a snowman’s carrot nose has received nearly 90,000 views at the time of posting. Not to mention that it was also featured on CBC and NBC news.


Sheila Bryant from the Cambrian Heights suburb in Calgary, Canada had filmed the bunny with her phone after she saw it come near the snowman and stand on its back legs. And Hannah Bryant took a few pictures, meanwhile, as the family watched the magical scene take place in the snow outside their home.


This feels like something out of a comic strip or a cartoon. It's absolutely adorable!

Anyway, while the sight is incredibly wholesome, keep in mind that carrots shouldn’t be a rabbit or hare’s main source of food. The RSPCA explains that rabbits “don’t naturally eat root vegetables” or fruit. 

They’re full of sugar and should be treated like, well, treats and given only in small amounts as rewards. If you’ve got a bunny at home, opt for grass, hay, leafy greens, or some food pellets. Not necessarily served inside a snowman, of course.

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