new born what?

by Wolfhart Willimczik
(Bradenton, Florida, USA)

A cat caught a new born .....

In my backyard in Bradenton, Florida.
it was dark and pics from video not very good.
It is not a mouse nor a rat, I think.
Great ears are remarkable.
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Feb 06, 2013
new born rabbit?
by: Anonymous

Next morning I made a better picture, only the head was eaten.
(I see no way to upload a second picture..).
It had a short tale.
I think now it was a new born rabbit.

Feb 06, 2013
What is that?
by: Jennfer

Hi Wolfhart, I really can not see what it is. I would like to know what colour it was and did it have a short or long tail? this info may help me to better id it, but I can not promise.

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