I’m going to show you how to tell male and female rabbits apart. It’s not as easy as it looks so watch closely. So this is Basil. He’s a Netherland Dwarf and I’m going to turn him over and show you what a male rabbit looks like. Here we go: got to go to the bits down the back here. It’s a bit rude. Now what we’re going to do is we’re going to find his little penis. Now a penis in a rabbit is being retracted, so you’ve got to push just in front make it come out: there it is. So it’s not there when you just look and there is his penis if you can see that very clearly what it’s supposed to be. This is clearly a male rabbit and look just here We have a scrotum here, but what’s really important is that when rabbits get stressed (so he’s doing very well) they often suck these right up into their body like that and they’re gone. And so you can’t rely on being able to see them. And in very young male rabbits they usually don’t have a well-developed scrotum at all so you’re relying on this: being able to push just in front of the penis and push out the penis. Now I’ll show you the difference with a female. So this is a young female Netherland Dwarf rabbit who was sold incorrectly as a male. Now I’ll show you how I know she’s a female. So over we go once again, up and over: good bunny. Now, once again, we’re going to find the genitalia which are right down here. I’m going to just push just in front and what we’re going to do is make this time not a penis come out, but just a bulge of tissue that comes out from inside the vagina, but you can tell it’s not the same. It hasn’t got that conical shape. I’m going to bring it up nice and close so you can see this. So let’s see if we can see that. You see? So that’s not a penis at all. I’ll do that one more time: so you can see pushing in front up that comes and it’s still got that slit-like shape that you can see. It’s never going to form a penis shape. I think that’s enough. There you go.