Famous Fictional Rabbits and Hares

Guess the answers to these questions about fictional rabbits.
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Last updated: December 15, 2018
First submittedMay 31, 2017
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Voiced originally by Mel Blanc in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series
Bugs Bunny
The two main characters of Tiny Toons.
Buster and Babs Bunny
A frantic, over-anxious, stuttering rabbit who is framed.
Roger Rabbit
Bambi and Flower's best friend.
A yellow rabbit who is a good friend of Christopher Robin.
Cunning central figure of Uncle Remus's stories of the Southern U.S.
Br'er Rabbit
Main character in six books by Beatrix Potter.
Peter Rabbit
Always denied his favorite cereal, because it's for kids.
Trix Rabbit
Beats a bass drum; just keeps going and going and going and going...
Energizer Bunny
A rabbit who brings eggs to children in celebration of Christ.
Easter Bunny
In North American folklore, a jackrabbit with antelope horns.
Alice follows him down the rabbit hole.
White Rabbit
Equally as mad as the mad hatter and also believes it is always tea-time.
March Hare
A vampire rabbit who sucks the juice out of vegetables.
Nocturnal creature that eats prized vegetables in Wallace and Gromit's town.
A 6' 3.5''-tall invisible rabbit-like pooka in the film of the same name.
Frank is a 7-foot-tall apocalyptic rabbit in this film.
Donnie Darko
The Rabbit of Caerbannog is a razor-toothed killing machine in this comedy.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Bigwig, Hazel, and Fiver escape the destruction of their warren in this book.
Watership Down
Swift Heart Rabbit is one of the "Cousins" in this animated series.
Care Bears
Officer Judy Hopps is an optimistic rabbit from Bunnyburrow in this CGI film.
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