What is a group of rabbits in the wild called?

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A group of rabbits in the wild is called a Warren of rabbits, though they can also be called a herd, nest, colony, trace or a drove of rabbits. Rabbits are not considered as rodents and they belong to a group of animals called lagomorphs, which are mammals. These animals usually live in meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands.
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