How Often Do Rabbits Reproduce?


Rabbits can have a litter of up to 10 kits per month. That's a lot of baby bunnies. If you have pet rabbits, make sure to get them spayed or neutered.
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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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Female rabbits give birth every 30 days, which means they can produce about 8 to 10 litters per year. Each litter can have up to 12 babies.
Rabbits Breed Rapidly Rabbits are known for reproducing, or breeding, frequently and for multiplying rapidly. There are many reasons for this. They do not have a heat period once
Rabbits can become pregnant again within hours of giving birth to a litter.
The breeding season for most rabbits lasts 9 months. Normal gestation is about 30 days. The average size of the litter varies but is usually between 4 and 12 babies, with larger breeds
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