A young rabbit is called a bunny, kit or kitten. A male rabbit is called a buck, and a female rabbit is called a doe. A group of rabbits is called a colony, drove, leash, nest, trace or warren.
Rabbits have an average lifespan of 10 years. More than half of the world's rabbits live in North America. Rabbits generally weigh between 3 and 16 pounds, depending on the breed. There are over 50 different breeds of rabbits. Rabbits have a one-month pregnancy, and newborn rabbits are born hairless and blind. Females can birth up to seven litters a year.