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Found Bunny At Nova Scotia Museum Enjoys The Cutest Tour We've Seen Yet

03/23/2015 01:09 EDT | Updated 03/23/2015 01:59 EDT

We think the next great Canadian children's book has just found its inspiration.

The Nova Scotia Museum carried out possibly the cutest tour we've seen yet when it took a stuffed bunny left behind at the facility to look at a series of exhibits, and tweeted its visit on Monday morning.

The tour, which was tweeted out with the hashtag #FoundBunny, saw the rabbit mingle with a turtle...

Step into the mouth of a Great White Shark...

And come face to face with the skeleton of a bird.

The whole tour was at once cuter, and more entertaining than any of Ben Stiller's "Night at the Museum" movies combined.

And what a coincidence that it should come during Museum Week, a Twitter initiative that encourages users to tweet their experiences under a series of hashtags.

The unnamed bunny hasn't yet been picked up by its owner. We sort of hope it never does, so that it can maybe go on a tour of other museums across Canada.

We'll let you discover its whole journey for yourself:

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