The Easter Bunny is a fictional bunny who dyes eggs on Easter Sunday morning and hides them for the kids to find in the garden.
Today, thanks to advertising and pop culture propaganda, the image of the Easter Bunny is deeply rooted in people's hearts and represents the arrival of spring. But in fact, in different parts of Europe, Easter eggs are also sent by rhododendrons (parts of Switzerland), Easter foxes (Westphalia), cranes (Thuringia), hens, etc., and they are all regarded as For the messenger of new life in spring.
Today, naive children believe that the Easter Bunny will bring candy and Easter eggs to the holiday. From immigrants from German-speaking countries, the custom of the Easter Bunny was brought to America and Australia outside of Europe. Known as the "Easter Bunny".