Do Female Rabbits Mount?

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A female rabbit can mount. Normally, the rabbits mount each other's rear or the head. This behaviour is motivated by a number of factors such as sex, show of affection and show of dominance.
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It's kinda weird to me, but like deer, female rabbits are called does, and male rabbits are called bucks. Sometimes though, female rabbits are called "dams".
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A female rabbit will mount a male rabbit to show him that she is the dominant one out of the bunch. Hosue rabbits live in a heriarchy, they establish dominance by mounting, fight,
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1. Create a nest. The baby bunnies will need a nest made of something soft such as a blanket or towels in a box. Also, pet stores sell nesting wool for baby rabbits. Cover the box
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Fighting, unplanned breeding are the two biggest issues. Bucks can be housed in a group situation *IF* introduced young and kept together. Taking two and adding to a pen of 8 can
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