Do Rabbits Eat Meat?

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Rabbits are strictly herbivores and have a very sensitive digestive tract unlike rodents, which will consume both vegetation and meat. Rabbits are classified as mammals and they live in groups called 'warrens'. Female rabbit's are called does while male rabbits are called bucks.
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The nutritional value of rabbit has been tested thoroughly by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Rabbit meat is about 20.8 percent protein and only contains 4.5 percent fat and 795
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Rabbit meat is simply called rabbit meat. It may be referred to on some menus as hare. Of course, there are chocolate bunnies sold on Easter, but that's a completely different type
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They are herbivores.
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No, Rabbits are herbivores and do not eat meat. Thanks.
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The nutritional value of rabbit has been tested thoroughly by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Rabbit meat is about 20.8 percent protein and only contains 4.5 ...
The nutritional value of rabbit has been tested thoroughly by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Rabbit meat is about 20.8 percent protein and only contains 4.5 ...
Rabbit meat is still called rabbit meat apart from some menus where it is called hare's meat. A rabbit is a plant eating mammal that has very long ears, short ...
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