Brothers from Minnesota are making headlines for their video capturing a spiked cover rabbit. This video has caused viewers to freak out about what could cause these massive spikes to grow out of this rabbit and why no one is doing anything about it.

20-year-old college student, Grunnar Boettcher and his brother had seen this 'Frankenstein' rabbit coming into their yard for weeks but would scare it away before they could capture an image. They finally were able to share this unique rabbit with the world as they quietly recorded their own version of a wildlife show and described the rabbit imitating the late crocodile hunter, Steve Irwin.

Once they posted this video up on Facebook and Reddit, it went viral and brought up plenty of questions. Many viewers are upset that the Boettcher brothers haven't tried to get the rabbit any help for his condition. Grunnar and others who have viewed the video believe this wild rabbit has a papilloma virus that is a form of cancer.

They don't own this rabbit and as you can see from the video, it constantly runs away. I really doubt they would be able to take this rabbit to the vet. This is nature. Wild animals die every day and no one is going to be able to save all of them. Fortunately, these brother have helped bring up the living condition of wild animals and can influence people into improving those situations.

My wish is that this rabbit just lives his life scaring annoying children who throw rocks at all his fellow rabbits before he dies. Long live Frankenstein!

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