What Do Rabbits Do in the Winter?

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Rabbits go about their lives during winter. They don't hibernate like other animals do. They continue to forage for food through the snow,digging through it to get to grass or, alternatively, eat bark from shrubs and young trees.
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1. Remove your rabbits from their cage and store them inside, in a temporary cage. 2. Clean the rabbit cage. Spray a mixture of equal parts water and white vinegar over the surface
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Depends on the type of rabbit, if it is a snowshoe rabbit it is most active in the winter. If it is a brown hare it will usually hybernate in the winter.
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Rabbits eat the bark of trees and shrubs in winter. They eat grass and shrubs in
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i think they burrow underground. sorta like hibernating.
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