Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Zoo World Bunnies....

Easter 2011

The Chocolate Bunny has 28 teeth and they never stop growing.
The Chocolate Bunny does not hibernate.
A baby Chocolate Bunny is called a kit.
April Fools Bunnies

The Sneaky Bunny is most active at dawn and dusk.
The Sneaky Bunny can see behind them without turning their heads.
The the Sneaky Bunny is happy, it will click its teeth.

When the Surprised Bunny is happy, it will jump and twist, this move is called a "binky."
The Surprised Bunny can jump up to 3 feet high.
The Surprised Bunny can only sweat through the pads on its feet.
Halloween 2010

The Halloween Bunny is usually seen hopping around dropping candy in children's candy bags.
The Halloween Bunny likes to hide in bushes and jump out and playfully scare people passing by.
The Halloween Bunny's favorite candy during Halloween is candy corn.

The Bumble Bee Bunny does not have the ability to fly, but compensates by jumping really high and fluttering its wings.
The Bumble Bee Bunny's main diet consists of carrots dipped in honey.
On Halloween night the Bumble Bee Bunny hops around while buzzing and passing out candy to children it passes by.
The Floppy Bunny's favorite past time is having picnics in the park on a nice summer's day.
The Floppy Bunny is immune to all diseases and no matter how shaggy it gets will always have the energy and imagination of a child.
Floppy Bunnies mate for life and value love and affection over all else.
Rarity: ultraRare
99c discontinued
Christmas 2010
 Fluffy Bunny
Holiday Stocking Bunny

This playful Fluffy Bunny likes to play hide and seek under its cozy blanket.
The Fluffy Bunny is a playful, calm, and affectionate animal.
The Fluffy Bunny highly values time with the owner or family.
ultra Rare

A newborn Holiday Stocking Bunny has no smell, in order to protect them and hide them better.
The Holiday Stocking Bunny's nose knows every scent, even those of specific breezes.
The Holiday Stocking Bunny thumps its hind legs to warn of danger.
99c discontinued
Thanks Giving 2010

The Turkey Bunny

The Thanksgiving Bunny can see behind itself without moving its head.
The Thanksgiving Bunny has worse eyesight than a human, but an excellent sense of smell and hearing.
The Thanksgiving Bunny is born blind and naked and require parental care to grow up healthy.

A male Turkey Bunny is called a "buck."
A female Turkey Bunny is called a "doe."
The Turkey Bunny can jump 36 inches and some times even higher.

The Easter Bunny brings baskets filled with brightly colored eggs, candy, and toys to the homes of children on the night before Easter.
The first edible Easter Bunnies were made in Germany during the early 1800s and were made of pastry and sugar.
The Easter Bunny was introduced to America by the German settlers who arrived in the Pennsylvania Dutch country during the 1700s.
Rarity: ultraRare

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