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Rainbow Designs PO1452 Beatrix Potter Flopsy Jiggle Attachable Peter Rabbit Pram Toy,Pink & PO1451 Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Jiggle Attachable Soft Toy - Unisex Pram Toy for Toddlers and Babies

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The youngest of Mrs. Rabbit's brood, Cotton-tail is a lovable and adorable 18-month-old. A child of few words, she clearly adores her big brother Peter and tries to copy his every move. Cotton-tail has an uncanny way of involving herself in Peter's adventures. She may be the smallest rabbit in the series, but she's one of its BIGGEST stars! Adaptational Nice Guy: Somewhat. He never tries to eat the main characters like how he and his wife tried to do with Tom in The Tale of Samuel Whiskers (though that may be because he's smaller than them).

A vain, smooth-talking fox, Mr. Tod takes great pride in being the wood's top predator. He's an over-the-top villain who thinks he's something of an evil genius. Though in theory Mr. Tod presents a threat to Peter, in fact he never has a hope of capturing his prey. What makes Tod ineffective is the great gap between how smart he thinks he is and reality. Children Are Innocent: Whenever one of the show's predator characters goes after her, wanting to eat her, she generally doesn't get it and treats it as a fun game. She thinks it's great fun when an owl swoops her up and takes her for a flight and usually the predators have to act very overtly mean for her to get scared, and even then it doesn't last long, assuming she even recognizes it for what it is. When Mr. Tod the fox places her in his cookpot with Shrew, she spends most of her time in it giggling and when he tosses in vegetables for flavoring, she eats some of the carrot slices. This practical, quirky bunny is most at home following her passion of reading. Her unquenchable thirst for knowledge and an innate curiosity leads her to be more methodical in her approach to adventures than Peter. Her logical approach and patient attention to detail can help her friends see something vital others might have missed. second assistant camera: "a" camera, additional photography / second assistant camera: "c" camera, UK Cuddle Bug: She likes to give a hug, most particularly to Shrew, who can't stand it and repeatedly warns her about the "squeezing," but she's too young and innocent to take the hint.At 5 years old, Benjamin is slightly younger than Peter, always up for anything Peter suggests and utterly hero-worships his big cousin. This 'funny bunny' is one of life's clumsy individuals. He always seems to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, usually ending in comic results. However, Peter couldn't wish for a more good-natured, loyal companion. Ascended Extra: Cotten-Tail has a bigger presence in the series and ends up as one of the main characters compared to her original role in the books. Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Mr. Tod is constantly chasing after Peter and his friends, but is clearly past his prime. He has an awful scar over one of his eyes and walks with a cane.

With a fondness of radishes and the love of adventure, Peter is the inspirational special friend you wished to hang out with when you were young. Peter's a brave, mischievous, impulsive, resilient, charismatic, clever, and tenacious little rabbit. Often in and out of danger in his majestic world, Peter needs all of his special qualities to outsmart the villains. Adaptational Heroism: In the series, Peter acts more responsible and not as mischievous as he was in the original books. Leeroy Jenkins: His perfectionism often gets himself and his friends in danger, although he works equally hard to get them out of it. Adaptational Villainy: He was an example of Do Not Taunt Cthulhu in the original source. Here, he's another threat to Peter and his friends since owls eat rabbits and other small animals. Big Brother Instinct: Don't ever upset or threaten his sister Cottontail in front of him. Peter gets very pissed off when that happened when a grouchy field mouse started scaring her.A strong, practical mother, Mrs. Rabbit provides for her brood in the most resourceful and traditional ways. Mrs. Rabbit represents the heart of Peter's home life. No matter what happens to him, no matter how much trouble he gets into, Peter knows that his mother will always welcome him home with unconditional love and a warm embrace. Not So Above It All: In "The Tale of Mr. Tod's Trap" she's the one who falls into the titular trap because she couldn't resist the radish bait, when she was the one who told Peter and Benjamin that it was a trap in the first place.

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