The sign for "rabbit" shows two ears flopping.
Use "U" handshapes and bend at the large knuckles twice.
There is another sign for "rabbit" that I think of as meaning
"bunny" (but both versions mean rabbit or bunny).
Hold "B"-hands (flat hands actually) on the upper sides of your head (as
if they were bunny ears). The palms are facing backward. Fold your "ears"
BUNNY / RABBIT:
If the palms were facing forward, this sign would mean) "donkey."
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