Have you ever wondered whether a 'bunny' is the same as a 'rabbit'? Well, in this lesson, I'm gonna tell you all the details about them.

"Bunny" vs. "Rabbit" in English

What Is Their Main Difference?

These words both refer to a fluffy, small, and cute animal with big ears. However, 'bunnies' are babies. They are small and more fluffy. Rabbits are adults and they are bigger than bunnies.

Differences

As stated above, a 'bunny' is a small, usually domestic rabbit, that is considered a baby rabbit. However, a 'rabbit' is bigger than a bunny. Look at the following examples:

I really wanted to have a cute, white bunny for some time.

A 'rabbit' is bigger than a bunny. it is more like an adult bunny. Look at the following examples:

Have you ever seen a wild rabbit before?

Similarities

As mentioned above, both of them are cute, fluffy animals that can live in both jungles and in cities. Check out the following examples:

Anneliese was surrounded by little bunnies in her dream.

What do we call a person who loves rabbits so much?

Are They Interchangeable?

Since these words are nearly the same, they can be used interchangeably. Compare:

✓ My friend has just adopted a cute, white rabbit.

✓ My friend has just adopted a cute, white bunny.

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