Unlike dogs, rabbits don't have a body odor. You shouldn't notice any odor emanating from them. If you do, the rabbit is probably sick or has an infection. An ear.
Q: When do you kick a midget in the balls? A: When he is standing next to your miss saying her hair smells nice. Q: How do midgets cut their pizza? A: Little.
But when I was growing up he was one of the few who did quarters, jokes abounded about fish and smeg (we can thank Red Dwarf for that).
They give off a signal that's partly smell and partly sound. If you watch really carefully, you might see a pair of midges dropping out of the group.
Despite its innate lack of smell: “[Apocrine sweat] is rich in precursors of odoriferous substances (cholesterol, triglycerides, fatty acids.
Myth 5: Rabbits are rather dirty and have a strong odor. Reality: Rabbits are.. Myth 7: Rabbits -especially dwarf breeds – do not scratch or bite. Reality: Rabbits .