Do Rabbits Lay Eggs?

Answer

Rabbits do not lay eggs but rather give birth to live young ones just like most mammals do. However, some people believe they lay eggs due to the Easter bunnies and Easter eggs. These are just symbols that have been adapted for celebration of Easter holiday.
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Rabbits give birth to live young so they don't lay any type of eggs. Thanks for
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Rabbits are mammals, so they don't lay eggs outside their bodies like birds do. Rabbits give birth to live babies.
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On land ;).
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