What Are the Stages of a Rabbit's Life Cycle?

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The typical life cycle of a rabbit consists of being in the mothers body for about a month. After birth, it will nurse for about three weeks. It will leave the nest at about three months. It will start reproducing at seven months and will live for about 9 years.
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Rabbits can live to almost a full decade if they are cared for correctly. They are born like regular mammal babies but when they are born their senses are undeveloped and it takes several weeks before they are mature enough to explore. All rabbit babies nurse for almost two months before switching to grasses and cannot digest vegetables or nuts for the first 6 to 8 months of their life. After they are a year old they are considered adults.
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