A group of rabbits living in the wild is called a colony or nest. All rabbits, except cottontails, live underground in burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren. Cottontail rabbits live above ground in nests and usually do not live in groups.Know More
Rabbits can live in meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands. Their size ranges from being 8 inches long and weighing less than a pound to being 20 inches long and more than 5 pounds. Bunnies have strong hind legs and can jump more than 3 feet high and almost 10 feet long. They also have almost 360 degrees of vision, with a small blind spot in front of their noses.