The depictions of these rabbits are quite frequent. Are they a recognizable trickster as Reynard the fox? In Latin America, both fox and rabbit tricksters exist, Juan el Zorro (fox) from Uruguay and the south, Tío Conejo (rabbit) from the north: Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Venezuela… As Br’er Rabbit, Tío Conejo comes from African and Native American traditions. The specific indigenous Tío Conejo lore I know is Warao, but I wouldn’t be surprised to find it between other people. I wonder if there was also some European trickster rabbit with its own fables. Do any of you know about one?