The garden of the house in Skye is surrounded by an old stone wall that's riddled with rabbit holes. In recent years we've seen the occasional odd-coloured one - ginger, black and once even a snow white one. The blacks and whites seem to have gone, but the ginger ones are taking over - there are now more ginger rabbits than normal coloured ones in the colony. So far as I can tell, they are producing ginger and brown rabbits in the same litter. This photo shows two youngsters - one ginger, one brown - that seem to be identical in age and are living in the same burrow.