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Chinese Zodiac Animal: What is a Water Rabbit and what year is it?

THE Water Rabbit is a Chinese zodiac animal that represents people born in 1963 and 2011.

The fourth animal in the 12-year cycle is also given to those born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023.

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Chinese zodiac parades for the 12 signs of the cycle[/caption]

What year is the Water Rabbit?

Chinese zodiac signs identify birth years with certain animals including the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Rabbit, the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Goat, the Monkey, the Rooster, the Dog and the Pig.

The Water Rabbit applies to those born in 1963 and 2011.

It is a sub-component of the Rabbit in the Chinese Zodiac. 

Each zodiac sign also has its own element: Earth, Wood, Fire, Metal and Water, which add more uniqueness to the sign.

The Water Rabbit applies to people born in 1963 and 2011

Other years of the Rabbit

Those born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023 are also considered Rabbits in the Chinese zodiac. 

The Rabbit is the fourth sign of the zodiac.

Only those born in 1963 and 2011 are Water Rabbits. 

Some notable Water Rabbits are: Johnny Depp, Michael Jordan and Brad Pitt

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Michael Jordan is a Water Rabbit[/caption]

Characteristics and personalities of the Water Rabbit

The Water Hare is a beautiful, fragile, worrisome character who loathes all forms of aggression. 

They’re kind, loyal, understanding, generous, thoughtful and honest. 

They should focus on their inherently creative abilities, because they’re imbued with plenty. 

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Brad Pitt is a celebrity who is considered to be a Water Rabbit[/caption]

They’re never happier than when surrounded by either a posse of lovers or family 24/7. 

One of their Achilles heels is their need for reassurance, constantly. 

They are wannabe toughies but are ultimately a sensitive, but lovely gem.

Rabbits make good teachers, police officers, artists and musicians. 

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Johnny Depp’s Chinese zodiac sign is also a Water Rabbit[/caption]

Types of Rabbits

Metal Rabbit: Kind-hearted, sincere, helpful, and imaginative.

Earth Rabbit: Straightforward, communicative and resourceful; like to be the center of attention.

Wood Rabbit: Smart, active, cheerful and emotional, but maybe a bit selfish.

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People celebrate the Spring Festival in China with zodiac signs[/caption]

Fire Rabbit: Broad-minded with special foresight, responsible.

Water Rabbit: Easy-going and agreeable; adaptable but with a lower self-control ability.


Each sign has its own compatibility with others of the Chinese zodiac.

Rabbits are most compatible with the Pig, Sheep, Monkey, and Dog.

It is also an okay match with the Ox.

However, it is least compatible with the Snake and Rooster.

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Rabbits are most compatible with the Pig, Sheep, Monkey, and Dog[/caption]
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Lanterns fly over China to celebrate the zodiac signs[/caption]

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