Published: Fri, August 23, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Internet users can't tell if man is petting rabbit or bird

Internet users can't tell if man is petting rabbit or bird

It's a bird ... or maybe it's a bunny?

A video of a mysterious animal being stroked on the head has baffled the internet, with division of whether it's a rabbit or a raven.

Daniel Quintana, a senior researcher in biological psychiatry at the University of Oslo in Norway, posted a video to Twitter that showed an animal being gently stroked.

Obviously, social media users were quick to share the clip and it racked up over 11k retweets and over 45k likes, with many locked in a row over what they could see.

Luckily, the mystery has been solved and you don't have to spend your night arguing with your loved ones about whether this is bird or bunny until deep, unrepairable rifts form.

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Nictating membrane is a translucent eyelid that is only present in certain animals, namely birds, among others.

It's an African white-necked raven named "Mischief".

Mischief is 18 years old and lives at the World Bird Sanctuary in Valley Park, Missouri.

Shared first on Reddit, the Imgur video at a first glance appears to be a black "rabbit" enjoying being stroked on its head.

That's the question sparked by a video that's gone viral. But if you see a bird, you are correct!

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