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In this fun and free animal game your task is to try to get all of the cute bunnies safely to the other side so they can get their eggs. Have Fun!
Do you like animals, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Bunnies and Eggs game online.
Move the log with your mouse. Press and hold the mouse button to freeze a second log.
Eggs are a staple food of many around the world. They are laid by female animals and there are many types of eggs. They contain significant amounts of protein and choline and are used widely in cooking. Unfortunately, bunnies can't eat eggs. Eggs are bad for rabbits to eat either cooker or raw (even the egg shells) so you should avoid feeding your bunny egg. Eggs will make your bunny sick. Bunnies are herbivores and don't eat any type of animal products, only plants. Vegetables, hay and pellets are most of what makes up a bunnies diet.
We all know that the Easter Bunny brings easter eggs for Easter, but the question many kids are asking themselves around easter time is "Where does the easter bunny get his eggs?". We all know that rabbits don't lay eggs. So, they will have to come from somewhere else, and some sources insist they are coming from egg plants. But, we all also know that eggs don't grow on plants, so that's just a joke. But, the fact is that the Easter Bunny is very busy throughout the year making Easter baskets and stuffing Easter eggs with his team of helper bunnies. They have a workshop in an underground burrow. The exact location of this burrow is a mystery. The night before Easter the Easter Bunny comes out of his burrow and uses magic to grow into a big rabbit to deliver the eggs and baskets. How does the Easter Bunny fit all those Easter eggs into his basket to deliver? His Easter basket is a magical basket. It is actually bottomless. The Easter Bunny can just pulls out the eggs he needs, they are always there. As he takes them out new ones appear to take their place until he has enough to deliver all the eggs to all the children.