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   Undertoad  Saturday Dec 24 02:35 PM

12/24/2005: Bunnyface



Won't be an IotD tomorrow, as this is the weekend IotD so it's also the Xmas IotD. I leave it to you to decide whether this is cute or utterly creepy.

This is, and I have no reason to doubt, the result of a successful facial transplant in Xi'an, China.

If it's creepy, well hey -- there was the case of the human facial near-transplant that happened in France a few weeks ago; so maybe it isn't creepy after all, except...

Isn't there also a white bunny with a grey face somewhere around the facility??



beavis  Saturday Dec 24 03:36 PM

that is one big ass franken-bunny.



seakdivers  Saturday Dec 24 04:17 PM

Cool.

I love unusual patterns on animals!



chrisinhouston  Saturday Dec 24 05:00 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by beavis
that is one big ass franken-bunny.
Yea and the guy behind it on the right side looks like he really likes stir fried rabbit in garlic sauce!


tw  Saturday Dec 24 10:04 PM

It was once a joyful expression, "The rabbit died". Is this what they were talking about?



Ubergeek  Saturday Dec 24 10:17 PM

Ubergeek puts his hand up

My vote is for creepy.

Definitely creepy.



Jealousy  Tuesday Dec 27 08:29 AM

Wow that is creepy cute. I want one.



Wormfood  Tuesday Dec 27 01:52 PM

Took me a while to see that only half of the face is replaced.(and one ear)
Is that ear really in working order?

Oyeah,it's creepy alright.



xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Dec 28 01:03 AM

Looks like the avoided the mouth, nose and eye. I also wonder if the ear is working?



wolf  Wednesday Dec 28 02:03 AM

If they left the innards of the aural canal intact, I would think so, since the outer ear is just a kind of funnel for the sound to hit that clever little series of bones. I do wonder if the bunny has any kind of physical control over the movement of the ear ... nerves don't grow back so there's nothing to provide signal to the muscles in the area.



Kitsune  Wednesday Dec 28 09:26 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by wolf
nerves don't grow back so there's nothing to provide signal to the muscles in the area.
Sure they do -- you can get feeling and movement back in an reattached finger. Now, will they grow back normally to a transplanted piece of flesh? Creepy...


xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Dec 28 04:21 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by wolf
If they left the innards of the aural canal intact, I would think so, since the outer ear is just a kind of funnel for the sound to hit that clever little series of bones. I do wonder if the bunny has any kind of physical control over the movement of the ear ... nerves don't grow back so there's nothing to provide signal to the muscles in the area.
Yeah, that's what I meant....can he move it.


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