Watership Down Character Descriptions

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Bigwig - He is a large, powerfully built rabbit, originally a member of his home warren's Owsla, or police force. His name literally means furhead, a reference to the distinctive thick growth of fur on the top of his head.

Blackberry - He is a very clever rabbit, whose mind is quick and inventive. When the group has to cross a river, he notices an old sign on the bank and realizes that it must have drifted downstream; therefore, it must float.

Cowslip - Despite looking handsome and well kept he has an aura of sadness about him, which puzzles the wanderers. He invites them to stay in his warren, saying that there is plenty of empty space in it, and they will be welcome there.

Fiver - He is the runt of a large litter, whose rabbit name, literally means Little Thousand, or the smallest...

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