How do you say "rabbit" in german?

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  1. calvinbiss

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    Hasenpheffer ?
     
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    schiese or kaninchen
     
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    Die Hase ( a hare)

    Das Kaninchen (a rabbit)
     
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    Did you guess that because of those Bugs Bunny cartoons? Anyone old enough to remember? I don't think it was that long ago.
     
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    LOL, i thought the same thing. Watching Bugs Bunny dubbed into German would probably be hilarious, even if i didn't understand a word.
     
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    This site may help with future questions...
     
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    I thought hasenpheffer was a dish prepared with rabbit.
     
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    You are correct sir.
     
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    WOOHOO!!!!
     
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