A mother rabbit fights a snake in a bid to save its baby bunnies. Children standing around shout and encourage the fighting rabbit to bravely fight, bite strongly and kill the snake. The place of the encounter is not known, and the snake expert David A. Steen reveals that the snake is a non-poisonous black rat snake.
Being prey animals, rabbits avoid togetherness with their young ones in the nest except during nursing, which does not mean they are motherless. During morning checks, if the rabbit bunnies are warm and round-bellied, it means that the mother is alive extending proper care for them. via YouTube (h/t: dailydot, thedodo) | via boredpanda