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Basically, because chickens and rabbits are born in the spring. They have therefore become symbols of the pagan holiday of Eostre, celebrating the start of the growing season. Christians later incorporated this celebration into the Easter holiday, which is how the incongruous picture of rabbits laying chocolate eggs came to be associated with Christ's resurrection.
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