Where Does a Rabbit Live?


Rabbits are found in several places all over the world, living in a series of tunnels known as burrows. A group or series of burrows is called a warren and usually there are a lot of entrances to the warren.
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Rabbits live in forests, grasslands, and tundra.
Rabbits are found on most continents. Wild rabbits dig burrows and make nests. Rabbits make great pets and can live in cages with the proper care.
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Rabbits habitats include the thickets, meadows, forests, grasslands, and woods. It really depend upon the type of rabbit. The hare rabbit live in mountains or grasslands.
1. Find where the rabbits live. Rabbits use the same trails repeatedly, so if you can find a rabbit trail, that is a good place to set a trap. You can also set the traps outside of
Indoor rabbits can live on average of 10-12 years (although I've heard of 13 and 14 year olds!) if taken care of properly. Not for Reproduction
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