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Adorable or unsettling?

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We're not too sure.

There appears to be a touch of something sinister in this bunny's eye. The contained guinea pigs look worried they're being carted away by a rare carnivorous rabbit. And don't get us started on animals pushing shopping trolleys.

Photographer Richard Austin snapped the uncanny scene at Crealy Adventure Park in Exeter, Devon last month.

Off to do the hopping, above.

According to Austin, he was "very lucky" that the trio posed just long enough for his photo.

What do you think? Do you want to pin this adorable scene to the fridge or put it on the mantelpiece to keep children away from the fire?

Let us know on Twitter or below in the comments section.

Words: Anna Pollitt. Pictures: Rex Features

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