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Thumper's sisters are cream colored rabbits, who are related to Thumper. They live in the forest with Thumper and friends. They are very playful and are always looking for Thumper, which in turn bothers him. But, like any sibling, they always find their way to the true meaning of family.

Appearance

Like their mother, Mrs. Hare, they are cream colored bunnies with white cheeks and undersides. They like to sing as shown in Bambi II. They are very playful when around their big brother Thumper, who always tries to hide from them.

Trivia

  • In the first film, Thumper had five sisters. However, in Bambi II, only four of them appear.

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