A term commonly used with great accuracy to reflect life for African Americans in the urban city, which originated in the early 1960's. The reason this term would be seen as accurate by many, is because a large majority of urban areas were seen as reminescent of concrete jungles. Blacks were first knick-named 'Bunnies' by law enforcement as to reflect the trend of them hiding like 'scared bunnies' whenever law enforcement figures were present. Over a short span of time, the two words married into one another. Many would say that the word holds greater meaning today than it did in the 1960s, as racial tension once again rises.
(Offensive): "Hey Bill, did you see that jungle bunny run when asked him to stop for a moment?"