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What do Easter bunnies eat and drink?
The Easter Bunny eats lots of lettuce, vegetables, and of course carrots. The Easter Bunny loves when kids leave him a healthy snack of carrots the night before Easter. via
Does the Easter Bunny drink water?
The Easter Bunny would never expect you to leave a treat, but if you do, carrots are always a good choice if you have them available. The Easter Bunny also loves drinking water. However, if you don't leave anything, that's OK. via
Do Easter bunnies drink milk?
Give the Easter Bunny something to wash down his treat. Milk or juices are easy to leave out. via
What is bunny's favorite drink?
Water Reigns. Yes, water is your bunny's best drink. This makes sense because, just like many mammals, rabbits are made up of about 73 percent water. via
Is the Easter Bunny evil?
Although traditions like the Easter bunny and Easter egg hunts seem as harmless as believing in Santa Claus, they actually have a significant association with pagan worship and rituals from the past. via
What does the Easter Bunny have to do with Jesus?
Bunnies, eggs, Easter gifts and fluffy, yellow chicks in gardening hats all stem from pagan roots. They were incorporated into the celebration of Easter separately from the Christian tradition of honoring the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Her symbol was the rabbit because of the animal's high reproduction rate. via
What is the Easter Bunny's Favourite food?
The Easter Bunny's favorite food is carrots. Carrots are a good source of nutrition and the Easter Bunny loves fresh carrots from the garden. via
What is the Easter Bunny's name?
B.B. Answer: The name actually derives from a 1914 children's book, “The Adventures of Peter Cottontail” by children's story author Thornton Burgess. The character's actual name was “Peter Rabbit,” and he originated with writer Beatrix Potter, who named the character after her childhood pet rabbit Peter Piper. via
What does real Easter Bunny look like?
What Does the Easter Bunny Look Like? Based on pagan folklore and his traditionally white fur, the Easter Bunny appears to be an Arctic hare. In most Easter Bunny costumes though, you'll typically see him flaunting his white winter look. He also occasionally wears clothes. via
Can rabbits drink tap water?
Yes, where tap water is safe for humans to drink it is also safe for rabbits. However, in some areas tap water can smell quite strongly of the chemicals used to keep it free from bacteria, particularly chlorine. This can be off-putting for some rabbits. via
Do rabbits eat carrots?
Rabbits don't naturally eat root vegetables/fruit. Carrots/fruit are high in sugar and should only be fed in small amounts as occasional treats. Rabbits need mainly hay and/or grass, some leafy greens and a small, measured amount of pellets. via
What do rabbits need in their cage?
Rabbits should have plenty of room in their pen for a litter box, food bowl, water source (bowl or bottle), and toys. Some rabbits also like to have blankets or towels to bunch up and lay on. via
Is the Easter Bunny married?
Yes, the Easter Bunny is married. via
Is the Easter Bunny dead?
After a frank conversation with my youngest it became painfully clear that the truth is, in our house, the Easter Bunny is officially dead. via
What is the truth about Easter?
Easter eggs started in ancient Persia, where they were used as a symbol of ongoing struggle between good and evil. Christians eventually used the Easter egg as a symbol of life coming forth from an empty tomb. via