I don't see rabbits much - I guess they're not the standard city animal; mostly it seems to be crows and squirrels that are obvious about having filled the vacant niches around here. So when I encountered the rabbits at the Phoenix Zoo in January, I had to take a couple of pictures of them. It was not until later that day, after I had returned to my hotel room and was going through my shots, that I realized I'd also captured one of the zoo's Galápagos tortoises in the shot as well.
I swear, I thought it was a rock. I suppose that's one of the keys to survival for a creature that lives for a hundred and seventy years.
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