"Bunnies" means rabbits which are children's pets. "Bunny rabbits" means rabbits out in a field or a wood. "Rabbits" means someone might shoot them (for food) but not when we are around. "Hares" means wild rabbits. They are only slight distinctions - AND they are only connotative; the decorative definition of a "hare" is something like "a large rabbit."
In review lessons, I try to not look at the text and just translate based on the audio. The last word sounded like אנשים somehow... so I put "The lions eat people"!!!
lions has a feminine ending, while the verb to eat is masculine. shouldn't they both be the same gender?
The plural ending doesn't necessarily match the gender of the noun; in this case, אריה is a masculine noun even though its plural form is אריות.