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News: Rabbit Ears = Free HDTV

The New York Times reports on the perks of opting for digital TV antennas vs. paying for cable TV. With the exception of the occasional spotty signal, young viewers are finding antennas are the preferable choice, considering savings add up to half the usual cost for cable TV and internet access.

How To: Fold an origami bunny rabbit

Looking to add a new specimen to your paper menagerie? Perhaps something with floppy ears? You're in luck. This free origami video lesson presents complete instructions on how to make a bunny rabbit from folded paper. For more information, and to get started making paper rabbits yourself, take a look!

How To: Draw a cool cartoon rabbit

In this video, Michael Weisner shows his viewers how to draw a cartoon rabbit. You will need paper and a writing utensil in order to complete this task. Michael had already previously outlined the picture of the rabbit in his video, but it is not necessary to do so. You should begin by drawing the head of the rabbit, which is presented at an angle where one eye and the nose are clearly seen. Continue by drawing the body of the rabbit, with a smooth curve for the back and some slight tufts of ...

How To: Make a cute 3D origami bunny rabbit

Bunny rabbits don't only have to be reserved for Easter. In fact, bunnies are pretty darn cute all year round. While real bunnies, with their fuzzy fur and floppy ears, are the most cuddly and endearing, for those who can't raise one in their homes, this origami bunny is the next best thing.

How To: Twist a three-balloon bunny rabbit

Learn how to twist a three balloon bunny rabbit with help from this instructional! Use whichever colored balloons you'd like for this bunny rabbit, just don't make the bunny ears too long. This is a great balloon creation to learn in time for Easter or a spring-themed party! Your Balloon Man, Mr. Fudge, is full of balloon tricks! Be sure to find other balloon videos on WonderHowTo from Mr. Fudge teaching everything from animals to planes! In a few twists and a few ties, you'll be an expert ba...

How To: Give medication to a rabbit

Just like the rest of us, rabbits will take medicine more easily if it tastes good. But if you’re stuck with the old-fashioned, bad-tasting kind, here’s how to make the medicine go down. Watch this video to learn how to give medication to a rabbit.

How To: Make rabbit toys

There’s nothing a rabbit likes more than toys they can climb inside, shred, and drag around. With a good pair of scissors, you can make a steady supply of bunny-pleasers that won’t cost you a thing.

How To: Detect conjunctivitis in pet rabbits

A veterinarian explains everything you need to know about conjunctivitis in young rabbits. Find out what rabbits get it, what it is and how to recognize symptoms of conjunctivitis. Watch this video veterinary tutorial and learn how to detect conjunctivitis in a pet bunny rabbit.

How To: Prepare for the switch to digital T.V.

Everyone's talking about the switch to digital broadcasting, but what does it mean for you, your TV, and your old rabbit-ear antenna? You will need a digital-to-analog converter box, a pay TV service or a TV with a built-in digital tuner. Tip: Government issued coupons for digital converters are available online at dtv2009.gov.

How To: Crochet a human ear for an amigurumi doll

Watch this instructional video to crochet a human ear for your amigurumi doll. Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures. Amigurumi are typically cute animals (such as bears, rabbits, cats, dogs, etc.), but can include inanimate objects endowed with anthropomorphic features. So, you may need a crocheted human ear for a number of amigurumi projects. Amigurumi are almost always crocheted or knitted out of yarn. The simplest desig...

How To: Rabbit proof a garden

Small creatures like rabbits can be a large problem for gardeners when they begin to feed on garden plants. John White shares some tips on how to keep rabbits from ruining your plants. Rabbits will feed on almost anything, especially when they’re starving, so it’s hard to rabbit-proof everything. However, you can still try to save the plants that are most prone to dying with rabbits and rodents in the area. For instance, if you just planted a young tree, you can put netting around it with...

How To: Butcher & cook rabbit cacciatore

Check out this two-part series. It's not for the faint of heart. In the first part, executive chef Sean Rembold of Marlow & Sons walks you through butchering a rabbit. In the second part, he shows you how to make a delicious, mouth-watering rabbit cacciatore with creamy polenta. Get out your knives and get ready to make dinner!

How To: Clicker train rabbits

These rabbit tricks are from the Santa Barbara Bunnies Urgently Needing Shelter Association. BUNSSB.org is training the bunnies to respond to a clicker using principles of Pavlov's dog. She shows his tricks and when you must click and give a treat to reinforce the trained behavior.

How To: Trim a rabbits teeth

Sometimes a rabbits teeth are mis-aligned. This can happen by pulling on a cage, a fall or from a congenital condition. They overlap, grow too long and can interfere with eating - to the point of death. These teeth need to be trimmed frequently, here's how to do it.

How To: Perform the "Skeeter Rabbit"

Originated by James Higgins (AKA "The Original Skeeter Rabbit") in the 70s, the skeeter rabbit is a shuffle step you can use in your hip hop dancing. This move employs your skills on locking to contrast with the fast moves you're doing on the dance floor. The skeeter rabbit calls for extensive use of your legs, hopping swinging and freezing for a frantic move that's sure to impress on the dance floor. This video tutorial will teach how to do the skeeter rabbit dance move.

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