Emma The Easter Bunny
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Since rabbits are mammals (and thus give birth to live young), you might be wondering why exactly the Easter Bunny is said to lay eggs on the holiday. The answer may be as simple as the fact that eggs, like the rabbit, have long been an ancient symbol of fertility, rebirth, and new life — all things associated with the springtime celebration of Easter.
This bunny measures at 10.5 cm high by 8 cm wide and is made by using VOC free tints and maple wood.