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Apr 4, 2021

[Answer] Instead of an Easter rabbit, what country has an “Easter bilby”?

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...1. The Philippines 2. Australia 3. Canada 4. Iceland

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Australia - Americans are used to the Easter Bunny bringing chocolate goodies to children for the springtime holiday, but Australians celebrate a different long-eared, fluffy creature: the bilby. Since rabbits were introduced to Australia in 1788 by Europeans, they have become an invasive, destructive species. So instead, Australians celebrate the bilby, an adorable marsupial that resembles a rabbit with a long snout. The idea of the bilby as a replacement for the Easter Bunny was first proposed by a nine-year-old girl named Rose-Marie Dusting in 1968, and it was adopted wholeheartedly by environmentalist groups in the 1990s. As a result, Australian school children eagerly await the arrival of the Easter Bilby, eat chocolate bilbies instead of bunnies, and get to learn more about the conservation efforts for the endangered creatures each year.:

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