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“Cute Rabbit Bunny” is actually a common name, referring only a part of the different species of mammals classified within the family of Leporidae, family includes both hares and rabbits. Long ranked in order of rodents, they are now in a full order: lagomorphs. By saying “Cute Rabbit Bunny”, however, it usually refers to the domestic Cute Rabbit Bunny derived from the European Cute Rabbit Bunny ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ), the wild species of European origin that spread everywhere, since it is the basis of multiple breeds of rabbits higher now worldwide, including dwarf rabbits. However, rabbits are not limited to this single European species: there is indeed more than twenty species of wild rabbits in the world, in nine genera biological, but many of which are endangered and protected xxi th century.

The Cute Rabbit Bunny is a game and it is a traditional strong presence in the cultural animal. The “animal with long ears” is evoked in art and literature as well as in popular culture, mythology and symbolism of several continents. “Cute Rabbit Bunny” is used both as a family name as a trademark and that many famous fictional characters are rabbits.

Rabbits are present everywhere on the planet and are divided into nine types, all classified in the family of leporidae, with their close relatives the hares. It is therefore not rodents but lagomorphs, a cousin branch which includes hares, rabbits and pikas. Unlike hares, all rabbits live in groups and dig burrows that can be complex when the field or warren, is favorable. They also differ from their cousins ​​hares that young rabbits are born naked and blind. Smaller must remain hidden in a nest lined the ventral hair of their mother, dug in the ground or the bottom of a burrow. They are cared for and nursed by the Cute Rabbit Bunny for several weeks at the beginning and end of the day, before being able to fend for themselves. About two weeks they begin to munch on plants and about four to five weeks, they follow their mother before taking their independence. A female can have three to five litters per year, after a period of gestation lasts about a month. The number or birth weight of the young rabbits is highly variable depending on the size and scope depending on the species or races.

Strictly herbivores, rabbits eat in summer especially various herbs and fodder plants. In winter, rabbits n ‘ hibernate not, however they nibble a little while as they can find edible vegetation. The Cute Rabbit Bunny Nuttall is even able to climb tree trunks inclined to find some greenery in the desert zone. Like all leporidae, they practice caecotrophy which involves ingesting some of their partially digested manure to recover the last nutrients and microorganisms. Other droppings form very dry pellet group, dropped on their grazing areas. Another practice common hygiene with hares involves taking dust baths in a depression in the ground, dry and scratched.

The rabbits survival strategy is to stay still for a possible refuge. For its part, the hase only joined the nest at dawn or dusk, staying away from rabbits other times to not report her small predators. If one of the members of the colony spots a danger, he does not scream but quickly slap the floor of the foot to alert his fellow, but when he is captured and fears for his life, he utters a shriek, squeal so powerful. In case of alarm, rabbits are able to stay still for a long time unnoticed, taking flight at the last moment, zigzagging to confuse the prosecutor.

The Cute Rabbit Bunny, without reference to any specific case, is very present in the popular children’s culture, as well as in mythology. The Cute Rabbit Bunny is also strongly associated with the festive Easter. Patterns in fluff or fictional characters, rabbits are among the classics of the child’s universe.

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