Ten fun facts about Rabbits
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Rabbits are herbivores and eat vegetables, carrots, tree bark, herbs and weeds.
They have five toenails on its front two paws and four toenails on its back two feet. Rabbits are crepuscular which means they are active at dawn and dusk.
Rabbits are social interactive animals that live in groups called herds or warrens.
They weigh between 2 to 11 pounds.Fact 5
Rabbits have long ears, long hind legs and a short tail. They have thin skin which tears easily that is covered with dense fur. They shed their coats twice annually.Fact 6
The teeth of rabbits never stop growing. Rabbits eat their own night droppings (cecotropes) as they are a valuable source of protein.Fact 7
Baby bunnies are referred to as “kittens.”Females are referred to as ‘does’ and males as bucks.Fact 8
The gestation period is about 30 days. One litter has 4 – 12 kittens and each doe can have as many as 8 litters per year.Fact 9
Rabbits have a wide vocal range and utter different tones and volume for communicating emotions. They make purring sounds when they grind their teeth together.Fact 10
They have a 360 degree vision and their one blind spot is right in front of their nose. Rabbits can jump as high as 3 ˝ feet and as long as 10 feet. They run about 35 mph. Go to more animal facts ❯
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