The 23 Most Famous Bunnies EVER: It’s Easter Every Day!

Reindeer have Christmas, groundhogs have Groundhog Day, and Easter? Easter is ALL about the rabbits. But what does a cute, adorable bunny have to do with the rebirth of Jesus (the sometimes forgotten star of the holiday)? It can be traced all the way back to the 13th-century in pre-Christian Germany. The goddess of spring and fertility, named Eostra, had the rabbit as her symbol. Fast-forward to today, and the bunny has become synonymous with Easter Sunday and one of the most iconic holiday mascots ever: the one and only Easter Bunny. To celebrate the rabbit, we have put together 23 of the most famous bunnies ever, from The White Rabbit to the Energizer Bunny to Bun E. Carlos. Check them out here:

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  • Rabbit 2 of 24
    A.A. Milne's iconic bunny was simply named Rabbit. One of Winnie the Pooh's best pals, Rabbit, is very practical and often is exasperated from the goings-on in the Hundred Acre Woods.
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  • Harvey 3 of 24
    Harvey is one of the most famous bunnies that we never actually get to see. The 1950 film, aptly named Harvey, starred James Stewart whose best friend is a 6' 3.5" tall invisible rabbit named Harvey.
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  • Energizer Bunny 4 of 24
    The Energizer bunny has kept on going, and going, and going since he was first introduced back in 1988.
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  • Thumper 5 of 24
    Bambi's pal Thumper has got to be one of the most adorable and beloved of all the famous bunnies. Just look at him! So cute.
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  • Oswald The Lucky Rabbit 6 of 24
    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was developed in the 1920s by Walt Disney when he was working with Universal Pictures. They owned the black bunny until Disney got him back in 2006. He has now become a cult hit and stars in the popular game Epic Mickey.
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  • Peter Rabbit 7 of 24
    One of the most timeless rabbits in pop culture is Peter Rabbit, the creation of English author and illustrator Beatrix Potter. He made his debut over a hundred years ago, back in 1902, proving this bunny can stand the test of time.
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  • Bun E. Carlos 8 of 24
    Bun E Carlos is one of the most critically acclaimed rock drummers ever, playing in the legendary band Cheap Trick since 1973.
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  • White Rabbit 9 of 24
    He's late, he's late, he's late for a very important date! The White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland has been running late since the original book came out back in 1865.
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  • Br’er Rabbit 10 of 24
    Walt Disney made Br'er Rabbit famous when he starred in the 1946 film, Song of the South.
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  • Playboy Bunny 11 of 24
    This symbol may be simple, but it has become synonymous with sexy ladies. Hugh Hefner really made a logo that stuck.
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  • The Velveteen Rabbit 12 of 24
    Margery Williams' book, The Velveteen Rabbit, is a venerable classic since it's release back in 1922.
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  • Roger Rabbit 13 of 24
    Roger Rabbit hit the big screen back 1988 with the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and he has become a very beloved modern toon.
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  • My Melody 14 of 24
    Sanrio is all about cute, cute and more cute. So of course there will have to be a bunny in their character line-up! But their My Melody is one shy rabbit, always wearing a hat to hide her ears.
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  • Max and Ruby 15 of 24
    Rosemary Wells' rabbits, Max and Ruby, are heroes to the preschool set. And for good reason they're adorable!
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  • Bugs Bunny 16 of 24
    Bugs Bunny has got to be one of the most famous bunnies ever and has aged very well. He's been honored with many Looney Toon incarnations since his birth back in 1940.
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  • Trix Silly Rabbit 17 of 24
    He never ever learns, even after 54 years. "Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids!"
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  • Nesquik Bunny 18 of 24
    Another food brand with a rabbit mascot! The Nesquik Bunny is always on the go.
    Photo Source: Nestle
  • Frank 19 of 24
    In the 1988 film Donnie Darko, Donnie's imagination is haunted by a very creepy rabbit named Frank. I think I prefer Harvey!
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  • Pat the Bunny 20 of 24
    When my daughter was really tiny, Pat the Bunny was one of her favorite books, like in "mom has to read it over 100 times" favorite. Kids have fallen in love with the touch-and-feel book since it was first released in 1940.
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  • Peter Cottontail 21 of 24
    Thornton W. Burgess's series about Peter Cottontail became really famous via the 1971 Easter special, Here Comes Peter Cottontail.
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  • March Hare 22 of 24
    Who does not love the wacky and wild nature of Alice in Wonderland's March Hare?
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  • Miffy 23 of 24
    Miffy may look thoroughly modern, but she was invented back in 1955 by the Dutch artist Dick Bruna. Since then, Bruna has created almost 100 Miffy books.
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  • The Easter Bunny 24 of 24
    And last but not at all least, we have the most famous bunny of them all: the Easter Bunny! He may come in many shapes, sizes, colors and kinds, but every kid knows him.




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