BOYNTON BEACH, FL - APRIL 22: Rabbits, part of a large gang that numbers over one hundred, are seen near Pioneer Canal Park on April 22, 2018 in Boynton Beach, Florida. The bunnies are domesticated ones, many may have been Easter bunnies, that have been released by their owners into the park. Volunteers with East Coast Rabbit Rescue try to catch and care for the rabbits until they can be adopted. Monica Mitchell from East Coast Rabbit Rescue said, that the rabbits may look cute and appear healthy but that almost all of the ones they've rescued so far are sick or injured, infested with fleas or ticks, suffering from anemia and malnutrition and at risk of death. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The latest internet head-scratcher has gone viral…is it a bird or a bunny?

The debate started with a video that now has more than 96,000 views on Twitter. You can see it below.

Someone is scratching what appears to be the head of either a bird or a bunny. It had Twitter in a complete frenzy, with hundreds of responses. One of which said, “I think there’s something wrong with your rabbit.”

This is NOT a bunny. It is 100% a raven. As a bunny owner, I know what I am talking about.

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