What Does a Rabbit Burrow Look like?


A rabbit burrow is usually a small, often horizontal hole in the ground, often dug into the side of a small hill or ledge. It is not much bigger than the rabbit itself.
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Rabbit barrows are simply medium holes in the ground that are use as a nest by wild rabbits. Rabbits make their barrows in a wide variety of places, ranging from moorlands to farmland, woodlands and sand dunes.
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