Talk:List of fictional rabbits and hares
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Under Fraudulent rabbit-like creatures it says "Mah bunny in PGP. Needs constant attention to keep her... ears perky. And I love her so." Is this for real? I suspect a spoof... --Hugh2414 10:19, 4 November 2005 (UTC)
- I took that out, looked like a random newby-ism. Kappa 10:23, 4 November 2005 (UTC)
Just a thought, but maybe this should be renamed "fictional rabbits and hares"? If only because a lot of fictional works don't seem to worry about the difference. Daibhid C 11:21, 12 September 2006 (UTC)
I could see a Wikipedian stumbling across this page and nominating it for deletion. I just want to pre-emptively make a case for it to remain: I was looking for a list of rabbit characters in video games, and lo and behold, Wikipedia has the exact list I needed! ~MDD4696 20:07, 28 November 2007 (UTC)
There was/is this one computer game rabbit/hare but...
I can't remember who/what is is. There's a demo of the game out there. Basically you run around is a full 3-d environment with anthro characters and you fight bandit rabbits and can do sneak attacks. Still don't remember it? Whatever it is, it belong here, in the computer game section. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 01:27, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
This article desperately needs references. I know that many of the characters are wikilinked to their own pages, which is fine, but what about such as:
- Bob Marley, a rabbit reggae singer in 'SHOOT THE MOOSE'
- Bugg's Bunny in Cartoon World
- Zombunny; a dumb, motionless rabbit featured in the English 1990s TV show Transylvannia Pet Shop
- Rabbits are occasionally seen in Ziggy, most commonly invading Ziggy's vegetable garden.
Article in need of creation and interpretation.
I thought this is a spectacularly good article. Totally outside of my expertise, and I don't speak German. Do you have any suggestions as to whom I could recruit? Rabbits in the arts, German Wikipedia Thanks. Discospinter says: "I agree that it's a good article to have in English, to expand on Rabbit#In culture and literature and List of fictional hares and rabbits." Please also take a look at Three hares, which I have worked on and which is about as close as we get. Just a thought and a gentle request. I am also posting this at WP:translation. 7&6=thirteen (☎) 16:47, 12 September 2011 (UTC)
Here is another suggestion. Rename "List of fictional rabbits and hares" to "List of leporids". That way rabbits, hares, jackrabbits and cottontails have a name in a nutshell. Deltasim (talk) 06:47, 28 September 2012 (UTC)
- People don't know what leporids are. Jackrabbits and cottontails IMO are rabbits and/or hares. tahc chat 20:51, 28 September 2012 (UTC)
Cottontail and Grandfather Bunny
As a kid one of my favorite books was Dubose Heyward's The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes just because of how it depicted Cottontail's genius in using her own children to demonstrate why she should be an Easter Bunny and for Grandfather Bunny giving her the golden shoes so she could deliver the Easter Egg to the child on top of the mountain before daylight. I was saddened to see they weren't on the list of literary rabbits and have added them to the list. Anyone who's read Heyward's book should hopefully understand why I chose to add them. -anonymous 3/27/2013 9:30 AM EST — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 13:31, 27 March 2013 (UTC)