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Calcification is the formal term for calcium building up in the blood stream, creating solid objects. In rabbits however, it’s usually always in the urinary tract or the kidneys. The ears is very unusual. Did the vet take blood work or do an x ray to confirm they were calcium bumps versus something else, like cancer? Rabbits with excess calcium will have calcium crystals in their urine as well. Does your rabbit have current signs of cloudy or powdery urine right now?