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Rabbits, Rabbit Pictures, Facts, and Information
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Adolescent Rabbit Eating


Adolescent Rabbit Eating

Cottontail Rabbit Hidiing In A Bush


Cottontail Rabbit Hidiing In A Bush

Cottontail Rabbit In Field


Cottontail Rabbit In Field

Photo Of Wild Rabbit Hiding In The Grass


Photo Of Wild Rabbit Hiding In The Grass

Photo Of Wild Rabbit On The Patio


Photo Of Wild Rabbit On The Patio

Picture Of A Wild Rabbit On The Patio


Picture Of A Wild Rabbit On The Patio

Picture of a wild rabbit


Picture of a wild rabbit

Rabbit


Rabbit

Wild Rabbit Sitting In Grass


Wild Rabbit Sitting In Grass

Eastern Cottontail Bunny


Eastern Cottontail Bunny
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More than a dozen beautiful pictures of wild and domestic rabbits.

Animal: Rabbit

Species: There are over 50 species of rabbit including the European, Emami, Alaskan, Brush, Broom Hare, New England Cottontail, and Pygmy rabbit.

Lifespan: Though pet rabbits can live as long as 8-10 years, a wild rabbit meets many hardships and usually live between 1-4 years.

Size & Weight: The largest species of rabbit is a domestic breed called the Flemish Giant, which can grow to be over 14 lbs! The smallest species of rabbit are pygmy rabbits, which are usually just under 1 lb!

Habitat: Rabbits live in all different habitats. Jack rabbits, for example, live in desert cliamtes, wheras the Arctic hare lives in cold, snowy climates.

Diet: Most species of rabbit eat shoots, leaves, grasses, flowers, and various other vegetation.

Family Life: Rabbits live in large grups called herds. A herd of rabbits consists of a dominant doe (female) and buck (male). The dominant doe fights the other does for the best nest site within their system of burrows and tunnels. The dominant buck goes around the burrown and tunnels marking his territory. usually, the dominant doe and buck are the best breeders of the herd.

*Fun Facts*

  • A rabbits teeth never stop growing!
  • Baby rabbits are called "kits"!