Carrot Sweeper

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Carrot Sweeper Game Online - Play Bunny Rabbits Flash Games

Do you like Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd? Here is a fun game starring them both. Your task is to help Bugs Bunny steal the carrots from Elmer's garden but be careful so you don't get caught. You will have to avoid the carrots that Elmer is hiding under. The faster you complete a level, the better your score. Have Fun!

Play Carrot Sweeper Flash Game Online Today

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 Carrot Sweeper flash game online.

How to Play Carrot Sweeper Game Online

Use your mouse to play this fun animal game. Select a carrot by clicking on it. The numbers on the sides of the garden represents the clusters of safe carrots in that row. For instance, 2.7 means that there are clusters of 2 safe carrots and 7 safe carrots from left to right in that row. The numbers on the bottom represent the clusters of safe carrots in that row from top to bottom. If the number of a row is 10 then all the carrots of that row are safe.

Do Rabbits Eat Carrots?

All of us have probably heard that rabbits loves to eat carrots, but is it true? Yes, according to rabbits love carrots as they are hard vegetables that help them to sharpen and work their teeth. They also really enjoy the sweet flavor of carrot. Just like humans, rabbits are said to be concerned about calories, and eating only carrots will result in too many calories and too few vitamins. So, to have more balanced diet bunnies prefer to eat hay for fiber for a good digestive health. They enjoy to eat other vegetables as well, and fresh fruits in moderation as they are high in sugars. Baby rabbits are more sensitive to an unbalanced diet than adults because they are really limited in their ability to digest sugar.

What does it mean that someone is a sweeper?

A sweeper is person or animal who steal something or like to hide things. There isn't always a motive for the theft. Sometimes a sweeper don't even want the object that he/she sweeps, and maybe just do it by instinct. Often these people or animals don't see the importance of the things they sweep, and are willing to return them upon request if they get caught. As this is more like an instinct than an action, most individuals engaging in sweeping are unable to feel guilty for their actions.

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