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Will a rabbit keep moving after being shot in the head?


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2009-12-21 20:44:16
2009-12-21 20:44:16
AnswerYes, it could...but not for long, unless the bullet somehow managed to miss vital parts of the rabbit's brain. However, considering how tiny a rabbit's brain is, especially when going up against a bullet, those odds are slim. The body might twitch, blink, even bite; the electrical impulses in the body have to run their course, and when not redirected by the destroyed brain, will cease.


Yea it will sometimes it happened 2 me witha a raccoon i shot ant the one above is basically right


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