Sure, we all know the tale (or should we say tail) of , but where exactly is the Easter Bunny in the hours leading up to the holiday?
Kids are often especially interested in locating the Easter Bunny, as they eagerly await his arrival to fill up their Easter baskets with chocolate bunnies, Peeps, and Cadbury Creme Eggs. Luckily, now the whole family can actually follow the Easter Bunny's location as he hops around making his deliveries this spring.
Much like the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) at Christmastime, claims to know and show Peter Cottontail's whereabouts in the 24 hours before Easter Sunday.
"With the help of our volunteer observers out in the field, our engineers in-house, some sophisticated technology, and a complicated set of algorithms, we are able to plot the Easter Bunny’s location in real-time each and every year," says the site.
Last year, the rabbit delivered more than 3 billion baskets worldwide, according to TrackEasterBunny.com. Although the site, which launched in 2010, hasn't starting tracking the Easter Bunny for 2018 yet, they're already counting down the days on Facebook and via their online .
Looking for a mobile way to find the Easter Bunny? There's also app, which costs $1.99 on iTunes, as well as on Google Play. But beware: Neither app has great reviews.