Ginny the bunny developed a condition called torticollis that results in a tilted head.
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Ginny the bunny was just three years old when she developed a head tilt. The condition, known as torticollis, twists the neck's muscles and caused Ginny’s head to tilt dramatically to one side. Ear infections, head trauma, strokes, and parasites can cause this condition. In Ginny's case, she may have contracted a parasite by consuming contaminated food or water. Opinions vary, but some show torticollis can be treated.
Read more about the condition: https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/12/bunny-rabbit-head-tilt-parasite-cuniculi-spd/
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