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The Rabbit
THE RABBIT
Rabbit Symbol
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Animal Symbol
Ancient Symbol
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Rabbit Zodiac Symbol
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The Rabbit
The Fourth
Brief Description
Rabbits are kind, affectionate but often over cautious and can be superficial at times.
Positive Traits
sensitive, tactful, home loving, refined, prudent, discreet, long-living, ambitious, cultured, well-mannered, artistic, considerate, scholarly, suave, graciously hospitable, modest and unimpeachably virtuous
Negative Traits
snobbish, secretive, pedantic, complicated, haughtily indifferent, self-indulgent, hypochondriacally, punctilious, judgmental, self-righteous, deceptive, self-centered and terminally condescending
General Description
of All Rabbits
The Rabbit
Rabbits, like their animal counterparts, are quite calm people who do not exhibit aggressive behavior and will avoid confrontation at all costs. When angry about something, a Rabbit will approach it calmly and considerately, hardly ever raising his voice or becoming visibly annoyed. Because of their serenity, Rabbits seem to miss things, whether they are confrontational in nature or not. However, the Rabbit is quite keen and pays close attention to the situations developing around him. He is intelligent and quick and can talk himself in or out of most situations with no problem.

The Chinese Rabbit is one of the most stylish creatures of the Chinese Animal Signs and finds interest in different cultures. He is classy and sophisticated, and can be found adorning one of the latest fashion magazine cover looks. Rabbits also like artistic ventures, such as painting and music and are generally quite present in these worlds. They love top express themselves, which is evident when joining them at home for a function or a cup of coffee.
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