Rabbits can rotate their ears 270 degrees
Rabbits direct their ears toward sounds. Ear movement helps them to escape predators, but a rabbit’s ears also tell a lot about behavior. Erect ears mean they’re listening attentively. When one ear is up and one is down, the rabbit is listening passively. Ears resting against the back indicate a relaxed state of mind if ears are touching, but separated ears in the same position are a sign of fear.