38 Most Famous Bunnies of All Time

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Source: Courtesy of Jamster/Jamba

28. Schnuffel
> Debut: 2007
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 19,734
> Average number of views per day: 27

Schnuffel was created by German media company Jamba! to promote its ringtones. Schnuffel inspired the “Kuschel Song,” which made it to the top of the European music charts as well as Android apps. He has a girlfriend called Schnuffelienchen.

Source: Courtesy of Frederick Warne & Co.

27. Benjamin Bunny
> Debut: 1904
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 20,869
> Average number of views per day: 29

“The Tale of Benjamin Bunny” was written by Beatrix Potter in 1904 as a sequel to the highly successful “The Tale of Peter Rabbit.” Benjamin is Peter’s cousin, and the two share adventures in Mr. McGregor’s garden. They reappear as adults in “The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies” and “The Tale of Mr. Tod.” Benjamin also has a role in the 2018 movie “Peter Rabbit.”

Source: Courtesy of DC Comics

26. Captain Carrot
> Debut: 1982
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 24,847
> Average number of views per day: 34

Captain Carrot is a DC Comics superhero created by Roy Thomas and Scott Shaw. He originally had an alter ego called Roger Rabbit but the name was changed to Rodney Rabbit to avoid legal issues relating to the Toon star of that name. His home also underwent a name change — he originally lived on the other-dimensional world of Earth-C, which later became Earth-26.

Source: Courtesy of Walt Disney Animation Studios

25. Thumper
> Debut: 1942
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 24,963
> Average number of views per day: 34

Thumper, who first appeared in the Disney film “Bambi,” got his name from his habit of thumping his hind foot. He has since appeared in a number of movies, including “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” and “Lion King 1½.” He was also namechecked in the James Bond movie “Diamonds Are Forever,” which featured two female bodyguards called “‘Bambi” and “Thumper.”

Source: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Television Distribution

24. Ricochet Rabbit
> Debut: 1964
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 49,222
> Average number of views per day: 67

Ricochet Rabbit is a character in Hanna-Barbera’s “The Magilla Gorilla Show” and “The Peter Potamus Show.” A sheriff in the Wild West town of Hoop ‘n’ Holler, he was named for his habit of bouncing off objects while yelling his catchphrase “Ping-ping-ping!”