That would be cool. I'll have to check it out.
I realise that this single test is insufficient to confirm the hypothesis that rabbits can fly, being more of the anecdotal sort of evidence than anything approaching statistical significance. The results, though partial, are encouraging, and will be repeated to establish their repeatability (it's just that we're out of battery power right now, and also need to get back to work). And of course, there may need to be some refining of the term "flying". Preliminary work shows that "getting off the ground" and "landing on one's feet" may be separate functions not to be amalgamated with the "moving through the air" aspect.
None of this, of course, has any bearing on the migratory capacities of various tropical seeds.