Ears pointing backwards and completely touching, good sign?

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ZeroByDivide

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This is Bobby, my 2 months old Netherland Dwarf rabbit I've gotten only 2 weeks ago. He's generally been a very happy rabbit, in the time that I've had him I saw him do the following:
Binkying
Zooming
Flopping
Laying down with feet extended outwards
etc...
He has about 12 sqft of cage area with (almost) 24/7 access to ~32 sqft of open space which is the floor of my room.

This info is just to establish that he's a happy bunny.


Only today I've noticed that he has both of his ears pointing backwards, touching. It almost looks as if they're an extension of his head! The open part of the ear is facing away from me (inwards).
Is this a good sign? I've not managed to get any info on this online, and was curious!
Thanks in advance for any responses.
 

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If I recall, that means he's relaxed. Because with their ears like that, they're not on high alert. Especially when they're sleeping. Shen and Xiao Wu do the same thing.
 

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Congrats! What a cute little guy you’ve got! My lion head does the same thing and gets very intense squinty eyes right before bed time!
 

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