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www.petakids.com/save-animals/rabbit-facts

Rabbits can have multiple litters each year, giving birth to up to nine babies, known as “kittens,” each time. In the wild, they're born helpless in a shallow hole lined with grass and their mamma's fur. Mother rabbits in the wild spend only a few moments each day with their babies in order to avoid drawing attention to them ...

www.mspca.org/pet_resources/interesting-facts-about-rabbits

Interesting Facts About Rabbits. Rabbits and bunnies are the same animal – there's no difference in breed or species, just the word we prefer. Rabbits and hares are “lagomorphs”, an order that also includes the pika, a small burrowing mammal that looks like a large mouse and lives in colder climates. Lagomorphs were ...

www.care2.com/causes/20-fascinating-facts-about-rabbits.html

Apr 15, 2017 ... Rabbits are intelligent, social, very clean – and definitely not starter pets like goldfish or hamsters, as some people believe them to be. Just in time for Easter, here are some interesting things you may not know about these “hoppy” little creatures. 1. Rabbits are not the same species as hares, which, among ...

onekindplanet.org/animal/rabbit

Rabbits have an excellent sense of smell, hearing and vision. They have nearly 360° panoramic vision, allowing them to detect predators from all directions.

www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/rabbit.html

Check out our awesome range of animal facts for kids and learn some fun trivia about our friends in the animal kingdom. Interesting Information about Rabbits Fun Rabbit Facts for Kids. Check out our fun rabbit facts for kids. Learn about rabbit ears, where they live, what a young rabbit is called and much more. Read on and ...

www.livescience.com/28162-rabbits.html

Mar 7, 2017 ... Rabbits are small mammals with fluffy, short tails, whiskers and distinctive long ears. There are more than 30 species around the world, and while they live in many different environments, they have many things in common. Rabbits and hares are in the same taxonomic family, Leporidae, but they are in ...

rabbithaven.org/rabbit-facts

Did you know...? Rabbit Haven's goal is to educate those who already share or are considering sharing their home and heart with a bun. Listed below are facts that relate to rabbits. Some of these you may already know and others just might surprise you. Rabbits have a life expectancy of 9-10 years. Some have been known ...

www.havahart.com/rabbit-facts

Learn all you need to know about rabbits including general facts and how to identify rabbit damage. Seeing a bunny in the yard is a cute sign of spring, but before you know it, wild rabbits can do considerable damage. They can damage flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs any time of the year.

bunnyapproved.com/interesting-facts-about-rabbits

Here are some fun facts about rabbits. Did you know…? A rabbit takes approximately 18 naps per day. Rabbits are not rodents. They are lagomorphs. They originally come from the Mediterranean (Spain, Portugal, parts of North Africa). Rabbits were domesticated by the Romans approximately 300BC. They were mainly ...