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- The questioning, Wrascally Wrabbit Bugs Bunny and What's up doc? (independent and irreverent, out of the box thinking)
- The rabbit introduced in Aesop's Fable known as the Hare and the
Tortoise relay. (dillydallying, over estimation of self & under estimation
- The Easter Rabbit has successfully been transformed to become the dispenser of eggs, apparently in a variety of different colors, therefore, transformation has occurred into something other than once was. Peter Cottontail continues "hoppin' down the bunny trail" for the amusement of
kids and sometimes adults.
- Luck has been associated with the body part of the Rabbit's foot.
Apparently, just holding one of these former appendages will supposedly
change the toss of the dice or draw of the card for the benefit of whomever possesses it. It is important to take note that the lucky foot wasn't too lucky
to the former four-legged rabbit.
- The popular trio Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail relate the antics of rabbit siblings for good or bad and their effects on both vegetable gardens and
the tending farmers. Marks the difference between those who plant the
seed (the promise of food) and those who reap this same bounty (the
distribution of food).
- There is the infamous White Rabbit that lured Alice in Wonderland to go down the rabbit-hole to explore that which was beyond her current
- Observation of the Snowshoe Hare helped to inspire the development of
the snowshoe. "The snowshoe hare has hairy mats on the soles of their
feet, which help spread their weight and stop their feet from sinking in soft
snow. The snowshoes worn by trappers in the Arctic work in exactly the
same way -- by spreading their weight over a wide area." (Quoted from: Nature Got There First, Inventions Inspired by Nature, Phil Gates, Kingfisher, NY, NY, 1995, page 10)
FERTILE (prolific reproduction capability) ...
MULTI-MOBILITY (hop/jump, run, scoot, dart) ... DOMESTIC / WILD
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