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It’s a bit difficult to say, if she’d been up and running just before, it’s of course perfectly normal. I used to see sth very like it in my Yohio, and I’ve read about other buns that do it too. They sort of shake when they’re lying down, not every time but sometimes. Rabbits do breathe much faster than we do.

Here’s another thread on this subject: https://binkybunny.com/FORUM/tabid/54/aft/121422/Default.aspx

Keep an eye on her. Maybe sth startled her?