How Many Babies Do Rabbits Have?


The number of babies rabbits have depends on the size of the rabbit. Smaller rabbits have two to four kits, bigger ones have four to eight kits while giant ones have six to fifteen kits. The average number of litters per year could be three to five.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Lagomorpha Family: Leporidae
Rabbits are herbivorous mammals of the Family Leporidae, which also includes hares. There are about 20 different rabbit species, in 7 genera. They live on nearly all continents, except Antarctica.
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A female rabbit will normally have about 2-10 babies, but can have as many as 16 with each litter. Rabbits can have several litters a year. Rabbits are known for being able to churn out tons of the little buggers.
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