A question on the mind of many children is how the Easter Bunny travels around the world.
Like Santa’s remarkable sleigh, some things just can’t be explained by science.
Despite extensive studies and research, researchers have not been able to pin down how the Easter Bunny travels around the world in 24 hours.
What is known is that the Easter Bunny is a hare and not a rabbit.
Hares are generally faster and larger than rabbits and have very long and strong hind legs. The physical characteristics give the Easter Bunny an advantage and allow the Easter Bunny to hop fast and far.
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