White Bunny Rabbit Hand Puppet

Sale price$16.99


2048, White Bunny Rabbit Hand Puppet from Folkmanis

Hippity, Hoppity, join the bunny hop! Running to his burrow or nibbling on the garden, the soft and timid bunny rabbit is a favorite animal of young children. This Bunny Rabbit puppet is just the right size for cuddling, whether on or off the hand of Mom or Dad. 

Length:8" Long
Width:4" Wide
Height:5" Tall
Weight:3.04 oz.

Puppet Type: HAND PUPPET
Special Features: Movable head, arms and legs

    Interesting facts about rabbits:

    • Each time a female gives birth she will have from three to eight babies. Baby rabbits are called ‘kits’ or ‘kittens’.
    • The word ‘bunny’ is a name of endearment that people have given rabbits.
    • They have long ears and on average can be 4 inches long.
    • A female rabbit is called a Doe.
    • A male rabbit is called a Buck.
    • On average, they sleep about eight hours a day.
    • Rabbits have short tails.
    • Rabbits only sweat on the pads of the feet and nowhere else.
    • A group of rabbits is called a warren.
    • Rabbits are mammals.
    • A rabbit can live up to 10 years.
    • A rabbit that lives in doors is normally called a house rabbit.
    • They can reproduce very quickly and this can be a problem for people who live in rural areas as they can become pests.
    • Rabbits will not start having babies until they are about one-year-old. On average they can have about 25 babies in the year which is amazing.
    • A baby rabbit will stay with his mom for about two weeks. This is a very short period of time after which they have to fend for themselves.
    • Rabbits love to eat and they will eat things like grass, vegetables, wild strawberries and even flowers during the summertime. In winter they will even eat the bark from trees.
    • They love to eat around dusk.
    • Did you know that more than half of the world’s population of rabbits actually live in North America.
    • And island of Japan called Okunoshima is occupied by wild rabbits. Because there is no predators on this island they are free to roam the forests and the paths.
    • They love to drink water and can actually drink as much water as a 20 pound dog.
    • In the wild rabbits love to live in meadows, forests, grasslands, woods, deserts and wetlands.
    • Some people will actually eat rabbits.
    • Rabbits teeth are always growing.
    • If you have a domesticated rabbit they should not be left in the wild because they will find it very difficult to survive.

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