The small and cute little beings that god has gifted this World with, are the bunnies. The furry and cute bunnies give one the temptation of touching and picking them up and love them forever. The cute little herbivores are of different breeds but the breed doesn’t actually matters as they are all overwhelmingly irresistible. The bunnies are so cute that one after getting a glimpse, can never be satisfied to let it go, instead he/she surely will not be able to resist the persuasion to make them a pet of their own. The fur on their body, their fluffy tail, their big ears that easily gives away their identity as they hide behind a bush or a bunch of tall grass, or among the fallen leaves of one’s garden or backyard. One common error that most do is that they consider the bunnies as rodents, but they are not so, and as a distinguishing factor between them, it may be stated that bunnies have two sets of incisor teeth, one behind the other, that is surely absent in the rodents.
Dogs if angered bark and cats can give a scratch or two on one’s face, but these creatures are utterly innocent and have no sense of anger or resentment. They know only the language of love. One habit of them is that of licking. This is the way, through which they show their love and affection to another being. Sometimes it has been seen that they bite. The reason behind their biting is also their affection. They do this to remove any knot or any sticky stuff stuck to one’s body, as they think that all creatures have fur on their bodies like them, and also that others are also cute bunnies like themselves.
These beings are crepuscular, and so are the most active at dawn dusk. The average sleeping time for them is said to be about 8.4 hours. The chief habitat of them is North America, but are also natives to south-western Europe, South-east Asia, Sumatra, some islands of Japan, and to parts of Africa and South America. They are generally not found in most of Eurasia, where a large number of species of