The Chinese New Year will be celebrated by millions of people around the world this weekend as we enter the Year of the Forest Rabbit.
The New Year’s celebrations last up to 16 days – but only the first seven days are considered a public holiday.
This year marks the transition between the signs of the zodiac, with 2023 being the year of the rabbit, more specifically the forest hare.
Rabbit is associated with the earthly branch and with the early morning hours between five and seven in the morning.
Because of their sensitive nature, cottontails often have trouble coping with everyday life.
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