Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Easter Bunny.
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Easter Calendar FAQs
Easter 2021 is on Sunday, April 4, 2021.
Easter Bunny Tracker FAQs
When the Easter Bunny Tracker is running, the system will transition through different operational states. The states that end in the letters ing (such as Initializing) are typically transitional states do not last very long. The other states (such as Online) are longer in duration.
Easter Bunny Tracker Operational States
|Online||The Easter Bunny Tracker is running normally. The Easter Bunny is being tracked.|
|Being upgraded||The Easter Bunny Tracker is being replaced with a newer version including a smartphone app.|
|Initializing||The Easter Bunny Tracker is preparing to start up.|
|Initialized||The Easter Bunny Tracker is in its initial startup sequence.|
|Maintenance||The Easter Bunny Tracker is undergoing maintenance.|
|Initial System Checks||The Easter Bunny Tracker is undergoing initial system checks.|
|Final System Checks||The Easter Bunny Tracker is undergoing final system checks.|
|Going Online||The Easter Bunny Tracker is preparing to go online.|
|Offline||The Easter Bunny Tracker has been powered down. The Easter Bunny is no longer being tracked in the web version. However, the Easter Bunny is being track in the app for Android.|
Easter Bunny FAQs
The Easter Bunny can travel nearly 20 miles in a single hop. The Easter Bunny’s initial velocity is well over 3,000 feet per second.
Easter Sunday is the day Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
If you are wondering where the Easter Bunny lives, the real question you should be asking is, “Where do hares live?” The Easter Bunny is a hare, not a rabbit. While bunnies live underground in burrows or warrens, hares live above ground.
Other Easter Figure FAQs
The Easter Bilby lives in Australia and is a rabbit-like marsupial. Some say the Easter Bilby helps the Easter Bunny deliver candy while in Australia. While these unofficial reports cannot be confirmed, the Easter Bilby is worth mentioning because Bilbies (which are native to Australia) are an endangered species.
Yes, Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny are close friends from way. They have been friends for hundreds of years.
NORAD leaves the task of tracking the Easter Bunny in the hands of Track Easter Bunny. Track Easter Bunny is the Official Easter Bunny Tracker of the Easter Bunny. Launched in 2010, the Track Easter Bunny website and apps transform into a tracking experience every Easter Eve so you can follow the Easter Bunny as he delivers Easter baskets and goodies to good kids around the world.
Easter Bunny Helper FAQs
The Easter Bunny at the shopping mall is not the real Easter Bunny. Although the Easter Bunny at the mall is not the actual Easter Bunny, he is able to communicate with Easter Island and report back what you say.
The mall Easter Bunny is not considered a helper. Easter Bunny Helpers are a group of magical animals who help the Easter Bunny.
Track Easter Bunny FAQs
The Track Easter Bunny project is made possible by the direct spending of its participating partners who bear virtually all of the costs.