Can Rabbits Eat Cucumber?

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Rabbits can eat cucumber, especially if its just the skin that's fed to them. However, it is recommended to feed them vegetables that have a low water content, as the water in cucumber flesh can cause diarrhea. Wild rabbits will only eat cucumber if there aren't any better vegetables around.
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