How Long Do Baby Rabbits Stay with Their Mother?

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Typically, baby rabbits stay with their mother for the first 6-8 weeks of their lives. A baby rabbit will only drink rabbit milk until they are about 3 weeks old, then they will start nibbling at any available food to supplement the milk diet.
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