A friendly, cartoon-styled face of a rabbit, looking straight ahead. Generally depicted as a gray and/or white rabbit face with upright ears and pink ears and nose, often with whiskers and a buck tooth.
Often used with a more affectionate tone than the full-bodied 🐇 rabbit. Also often used to represent the Easter Bunny.
Available as an Apple Animoji.
Microsoft’s rabbit face was previously pink-colored with one ear flopping down. Facebook’s rabbit face was previously gray-colored with both ears flopping down.
Rabbit Face was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
The "🐰" emote, also known as the "Rabbit Face" emote, depicts the face of a rabbit with two long ears and whiskers. It is often used to represent rabbits, springtime, Easter, or cuteness.
- Vulnerability & Fragility:
"The baby bunny was so small and fragile, it needed constant care and protection. 🐰"
- Romance & Love:
"He gave her a stuffed bunny as a symbol of his love and affection. 🐰"
- Youth & Energy:
"Watching the bunnies hop around in the field always brings back memories of my youthful energy. 🐰"