Easter Bunny Explained
From our Our Science Correspondent Anitab we have the following exclusive from her family archives:—  The existence of the present day egg laying Easter Bunny is due entirely to Dr Florentine Anitab, who was Professor of Zoology at LaLa University. She successfully crossed a rabbit with a Duck Billed Platypus to produce the egg laying Easter Bunny that brightens children’s Easters to this day. Dr Florentine is pictured here with the first successful egg laying rabbit, you will note its squat shape due to its Platypus genes. She was later able to achieve the traditional rabbit shape without losing the egg laying ability. For this work Dr Florentine was awarded the Nobel prize for Zoology.  Dr Florentine is Ani’s Paternal grandmother and she has allowed us to use these photographs from the family album.
Our Science Correspondent Anitab has kindly let us publish another picture from her family album. This shows her grandmother,Dr Florentine Anitab, in her early days of scientific breeding when she concentrated on breeding minature pigs for small farms and smallholdings.

Easter Bunny Explained

From our Our Science Correspondent Anitab we have the following exclusive from her family archives:—
The existence of the present day egg laying Easter Bunny is due entirely to Dr Florentine Anitab, who was Professor of Zoology at LaLa University. She successfully crossed a rabbit with a Duck Billed Platypus to produce the egg laying Easter Bunny that brightens children’s Easters to this day. Dr Florentine is pictured here with the first successful egg laying rabbit, you will note its squat shape due to its Platypus genes. She was later able to achieve the traditional rabbit shape without losing the egg laying ability. For this work Dr Florentine was awarded the Nobel prize for Zoology.
Dr Florentine is Ani’s Paternal grandmother and she has allowed us to use these photographs from the family album.

Our Science Correspondent Anitab has kindly let us publish another picture from her family album. This shows her grandmother,Dr Florentine Anitab, in her early days of scientific breeding when she concentrated on breeding minature pigs for small farms and smallholdings.
Anitabs Gran

master-li

Stating the bleeding obvious.

master-li:

Now that’s over for another year we have Easter to look forward to.

Cloggo:——-As mentioned in the post about Kahlila below Master Li is very partial to ladies in Bunny Outfits.
I hope he is going to invite this one to be The Official Easter Bunny Girl at the Easter Rocket Launch.


Last years launch went off without a hitch, but as usual there were complaints. Master Li with his usual generosity packs the warhead with Cadbury’s Cream Eggs which are ejected when the rocket reaches its apogee. This brings happiness to many but complaints from a few, but I suppose if I was hit by a Cadbury’s Cream Egg coming down from 20,000 feet I would be a bit dischuffed

Kahlila Gibran:- Her Early Life ——————Part 2

Click HERE for Part One

The first Robot she ever made was this out of card.



Later she became so advanced that she built this one she called “Boogie” because it could play Boogie Woogie on her little piano.


This is one of her later Robots, named Tiny Tim. The reason for her Bunny Outfit is because she was on her way to a party at her friend Tinybunnywoman’s gaff. Tinybunnywoman insists that her visitors dress up in Bunny Outfits.

This visit was to have a profound influence on the future course of Kahlila’s life. Tinybunnywoman told her about an Englishman who was a rabbit enthusiast like herself. He had not only a garden full of rabbits but a House Rabbit named Charli as well. He had a pechant for ladies in Bunny Oufits. The most intriguing thing about him from Kahlila’s point of view was that he was an expert Levitator.

When she got home she searched in her father’s Technical Library for any reference to Master Li.
She found a Scientific Paper written by Sir Henry Bartlett-Pounder of the British Levitation Society in the form of a report on the Levitation Experiments carried out by Master Li of Royston Vasey in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. She resolved that one day she would meet Master Li and find out more but in the meantime she would experiment herself on the lines indicated in the paper
To be continued