I Am a Bunny by Ole RisomI am a bunny. My name is Nicholas. I live in a hollow tree.
This classic Golden Book, illustrated by Richard Scarry, celebrates its 50th anniversary with the story of Nicholas, a bunny clad in red overalls. In the spring, he picks flowers, and in the summer, watches the frogs in the pond. In the fall, he sees the animals getting ready for winter. And when winter comes, he watches the snow falling from the sky...then curls up in his hollow tree to dream about Spring. No childs library is complete without this gentle story of the seasons.
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James K. McNulty of Florida State University and his team of psychological scientists were not expecting this. After questioning the couples on their level of marital satisfaction using three tests commonly used for this purpose, nine individual photographs were taken of each person, with five smiling expressions and four neutral ones. For the test, each participant was asked to view a brief stream of images once every three days for six weeks. They call me Cupid.
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. September 26th is International Rabbit Day, so what better way to celebrate than by reminding ourselves of why we love these adorable fluffy guys so much? Potential pet owners may be surprised to learn that rabbits can be litter-box trained and can live for 12 years or even longer.
If there's one rabbit breed that looks most like the Easter Bunny, it's the American Chinchilla. These classic rabbits are known for their coloration, which resembles that of the South American chinchilla hence the name. There are three types of chinchilla rabbits: American, Standard and Giant. Legend has it, the first chinchilla rabbit was bred by accident by a French engineer and rabbit breeder named Monsieur Dybowski. Dybowski later became known as Le Bonhomme Chinchilla, once people got a look at the gorgeous slivery-pearl colored fur of his rabbits. The American Chinchilla was bred to be a "supersized" version of its French cousin and generally weighs between 9 to 11 pounds in comparison to the 5- to 8-pound standard Chinchilla. Giant Chinchillas, as you might expect, are even bigger, weighing in between 10 to 16 pounds.
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Peele, who also used rabbit imagery to chilling effect in Get Out , elaborated on the duality of rabbits in an interview with Rotten Tomatoes. You can tell in their eyes that they have the brain of a sociopath. If you put a rabbit brain in a human body, you have Michael Myers, the killer. They have no empathy. Rabbits have long been used in science for experiments, a clear parallel to the Tethered, a failed government experiment.