Do Rabbits Eat Tomatoes?

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Rabbits do eat tomatoes. They can be included in the diet of the rabbit.
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Rabbits do eat tomatoes as well as other vegetables such as broccoli and celery. Rabbits require feeding twice a day and a balanced diet with high levels of fibre to maintain their gut healthy and to promote grinding to keep their constant-growing teeth in trim.
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