Rabbit with snowdrops

This is a picture of part of my garden in when rabbits had free range access to it. The rabbits destroyed most of the plants, so the garden is now occupied by guinea pigs who are less destructive. The netting in the background was put there to protect the ivy that grows over the wall because the rabbits were chewing the stems. The snowdrops come up each year and the rabbits (and now the guinea pigs) leave them alone until the leaves die back when they eat the dried leaves with no ill effect.