New York Times/Xianfeng David Gu and Shing-Tung Yau
Topographically, this is not a rabbit. It's a sphere. The New York Times explains why this may prove to be the single greatest mathematical discovery of the 21st century.
To a topologist, a rabbit is the same as a sphere. Neither has a hole. Longitude and latitude lines on the rabbit allow mathematicians to map it onto different forms while preserving information.Some things are just more surreal than even Magritte could imagine.