How to Skin a Rabbit?

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In order to skin a rabbit one must be very sure the rabbit is dead first. Rabbits, like most animals, have skin that is fairly loose and not attached directly to the layer of fat underneath. Start at the tail and make an incision around it. Then slowly peel back the skin slicing at the thin tendon holding it down as you go along. As in all things, practice makes perfect.
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How to Skin a Rabbit
Like Elmer Fudd, there are many people who like to hunt rabbits. Once a hunter has acquired and field-dressed his prize, it's time to skin the rabbit. Whether you need to skin the rabbit to save its pelt or to cook up some rabbit stew, these steps will... More »
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To skin a rabbit you will need to first make sure it is dead. Using a small knife, make a slit in the fur to the muscle in the stomach. Run the knife over the muscle and under the fur to skin it.
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