What is the rabbit population of the world?

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The world's domesticated rabbit population is estimated at 709 million. However, there are many different species of wild rabbits that live throughout the world. Since rabbits have been introduced to many habitats to which they are not native, it would be very difficult, to estimate the wild population.

While rabbits are found worldwide, they are only native to Southwestern Europe, Southeast Asia, Sumatra, Japan, Africa and South America. Rabbits may be kept as pets or as a source of food. Female rabbits are called does, while male rabbits are called bucks. A Young rabbit is known as a kit or a kitten.

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It is unknown how many billions of rabbits there are worldwide.
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There are over 6 million people all over the world. There are different races and religions. The country with the biggest number of people is China.
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There is no estimate on the number of rabbits in the world, but
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The world population is 7.166 Billion as of 19th July 2013. And you can always check the real time current world population here: World Population Clock.
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