They've grown and filled out the wrinkles, along with sprouting a fine coat of white fur.
They now look almost rabbit-like.
If you are already familiar with our rabbit pens, which have slatted floors and are moved across the pasture twice/day, you're probably wondering, "How will they keep the babies in the pen? Won't they fall through the slats?"
Well, in fact, yes, they would. Once the babies start venturing outside the nest box we will indeed have to "baby proof" the pen. To keep them from falling through.
But for the next few days at least, Mama will still have unrestricted access to the pasture.
And babies will remain in a pile, safely in the nest box.