Why Do Rabbits Dig Holes?

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Rabbits dig holes and tunnels to use as a homes, so that foxes as well as other wild animals cannot get to them. They also make use of them for hibernation in the winter months.
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In the wild rabbits live in complex underground burrows with rooms connected by tunnels. These burrows are used for sleeping and raising young. It shouldn't surprise pet owners then
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Rabbits dig holes and burrows to use as a home, so that foxes and other wild animals can't get to them. They also use them for hibernation in the winter months. If you own a pet rabbit
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