Squishable science time! Did you know that a rabbit is a type of lagomorph, a taxonomic order meaning hare (lago) and form (morph)? You didn't? Now you do!
Now, pretend you still don't know any of that. Wouldn't it be great if instead, it meant lago (Spanish for "lake") and morph ("to change form")? Which is to say, what if Bunnies could turn into lakes? That would be pretty weird, but occasionally useful! Picture a rabbit out in the forest getting chased by a fox, spontaneously turning into a lake, leaving the fox confused and soaked! Or what if you're about to push your canoe into a lake at the boat launch, only to find out that it's back into rabbit form, laughing at you while gnawing on a little carrot? Hilarious!
Just sayin'. 7 squishy inches of fun with etymology. All new polyester fiber, ages 3 and up only.