what is the difference between a bunny and a rabbit?

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    Different names is all

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  • sepia
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

     Another term for a young rabbit is bunny, though this term is often applied informally (particularly by children) to rabbits generally, especially domestic ones.

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  • Tom
    Lv 4
    3 months ago

    I.  The spelling

    II. The pronuciation

    III. The difference in letters.

    IV. The diofference of syllables.

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  • 3 months ago

    Bunnies are cute.  Basically, they are two words for the same thing, but, with a slightly different connotation.

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  • *****
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Nothing at all. "Bunny" is merely a slang term for a rabbit. A young rabbit is called a kit. Bunny does not refer to any particular age of rabbit.

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  • 3 months ago

    Bugs is a bunny you silly wabbit.

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  • 3 months ago

    Too little to mention since they only differ by a hare.

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  • Robert
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Age .

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    It's the same thing you fool

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