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    If this has been going on for some time, I would think the presence of mites would be more noticeable. When an infestation starts, you usually can’t see much of anything. As time goes by though, you will start to see other signs like redness, flakes, and crust.

    Bunnies are like people. Some people have sticky earwax and some have dry earwax. I’ve found rabbits with drier earwax tend to get a little piece every now and then stuck in their ear. They scratch at it and it typically comes out. Sometimes it doesn’t though. I’ve had my vet look in my bunny’s ear probably a dozen times and she says it’s just dry earwax causing a little tickle.