Easter bunnies: There are responsibilities and risks to consider

Animal advocates advise careful consideration before giving rabbits, chicks and ducks as Easter gifts because the animals require more care than most people realize, and chicks and ducks could expose people to bacteria including salmonella. "They're a lot of work just like any other pet," said animal control official Billy Biggs. "... A lot of times, the kids will lose interest."

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