In Lake District, England, Peter Rabbit, his cousin Benjamin Bunny, and triple sisters Floppy, Mopsy and Cottontail, spend most of their day picking up old Mr. McGregor and stealing vegetables in his garden. He is friends with a kind local woman named B who spends his time photographing rabbits as well as the surrounding nature. B played a maternal role with the rabbits after his mother’s death. His father was killed by Mr. McGregor in a pie while he was still young. One day, Peter is forced to leave his jacket in Mr. McGregor’s garden and goes back to retrieve it. However, it was a trap set by Mr. McGregor that catches him but suddenly dies of a heart attack due to unhealthy eating habits. Excited, Peter invited all the local animals and captured Mr. McGregor’s fiefdom. Meanwhile, in London, Mr. McGregor’s nephew, Thomas McGregor, works in the toy department of Harrods Department Store, controlling an uptight, workaholic, where he awaits promotion to add the general manager. He indifferently accepts the news about his great-great-uncle’s death, someone he was completely unaware of, but a lazy nephew of the managing director would be fired for losing his promotion and losing his temper is. His now-former manager encouraged him to get a hobby and spend some time in the country. When Thomas realizes that his great-uncle’s estate is valuable and he inherits it, he also starts his own toy store with his former employers to prepare him for resale and for resale. Decides. He kills Peter and the animals and, despite B’s objections, begins to upgrade the security of the garden wall and the gate. When Peter and a reluctant Benjamin sneak back into the garden, Thomas catches the latter and attempts to drown Benjamin into a river, but hesitates. Benjamin’s relatives rescued him; Instead, Thomas accidentally dropped a prized set of binoculars that B had given him earlier, forcing him to retrieve it. Thomas and B& fall in love with each other, which causes Peter to become jealous and decide to separate them. Peter and Thomas start a war with each other by setting traps and other offensive nuisances. Things get out of hand when Peter removes an electric fence installed by Thomas, prompting Thomas to throw dynamite at Peterhouse. After Thomas’s allergy to Blackbury is triggered by the rabbits, Thomas attacks him in the garden with some dynamite and tells Peter that his antics had become aggressive. When Peter discovers Dynamite to prove to Bea that Thomas was using it, he ends up blowing up the Burr, causing the tree on Bea’s art studio to fall. Bee ignores Thomas’s explanation of the rabbits’ involvement and breaks up with him. Thomas goes back to London to work again at Harrods. Peter feels remorse for what he has done, and upon learning that B intends to leave the neighborhood, he and Benjamin head to London to bring Thomas back from London. Thinking that Thomas is imagining the rabbits’ ability to talk, Peter convinces Thomas to follow his heart. They flee back to the country, where Peter shows B the detonator and presses him to look; This thus confirms Thomas’ previous claims that the rabbits were responsible for the explosion. Peter and Thomas explain to Bee and beg her not to go away. Desiring to be with B, Thomas no longer wants to sell the manor; But he was discovered by an obnoxious rich couple (who Thomas had already encountered and taunted by him) had already bought the house and finalized the sale. Peter, his family and friends use their tricks to force the couple to move out of the house, allowing Thomas and Bee to move back inside. Thomas and Bee resume their relationship, and he allows the wildlife to take food from the garden for the cause.