Kim's Hopping Lops

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Rabbit Facts
  • Rabbits are lagomorphs, not rodents.
  • A male rabbit is called a buck.
  • A female rabbit is called a doe.
  • A kit is a baby rabbit.
  • A doe's babies are collectively refered to as a litter.
  • The average gestation period for a rabbit is 28- 32 days.
  • Rabbits's teeth never stop growing.
  • You can litter train rabbits.
  • Baby rabbits get weaned when they are about 8 weeks old.
  • Depending on the breed, adult rabbits weigh between 2 lbs-20 lbs.
  • The domesticated rabbits are born without fur and their eyes don't open untill they are about 2 weeks old.
  • Rabbits can't vomit.
  • Rabbits need hay to assit their digestive system and prevent fur balls in their stomach.
  • A herd is a group of rabbits.
  • A warren is where a group of rabbits live.
  • Rabbit meat is all white.
  • Rabbits have 28 teeth.
  • Rabbits like to chew on things.
  • Rabbits don't hibernate.
  • Rabbits can have heat strokes.
  • Rabbits can have false pregnancies.
  • Rabbits groom themselves.
  • Wild rabbits cannot breed with domestic rabbits.
  • Rabbits can literaly be scared to death by a predator.
  • The only place a rabbit can sweat from is through the pads on its feet.
  • Rabbits like to play with toys.



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