Mother rabbit continues to feed their young, and chicken runs "nanny."
Inhabitant of New Zealand wildlife reserve Staglands Wildlife Reserve, eight-bantam chicken breeds, was "nanny" for the five newborn rabbits.
Mother rabbit continues to feed their young, and the chicken looks out for young, says Stuff.co.nz. Scientists suggest that the rabbit gave birth in a nest, because she liked it.
About three weeks later rabbits grow up and leave the nest. They belong to a breed of Belgian giants and their size will exceed the "nanny" several times.