From conception to birth, a rabbit's gestation period ranges from 30 to 40 days. At its conclusion, a female rabbit, or doe, gives birth to between one and nine kits, or baby rabbits. More »

Rabbits do not lay eggs, but rather give live birth. Pregnancy in rabbits lasts 31 days, with a female rabbit, known as a doe, giving birth to up to 12 babies at one time and possessing the capability to get pregnant aga... More »

According to Raising-Rabbits.com, there are several signs of rabbit pregnancy, such as mood changes, nesting and scratching the cage. A major sign of rabbit pregnancy is fur pulling. According to HowStuffWorks.com, a pre... More »

According to the United Nations, the gestation period for a rabbit is 28 to 31 days. Also called a doe, a female rabbit can produce a litter ranging from one to 12 young with each birthing cycle. More »

Gestation in rabbits lasts between 28 and 31 days, and females can mate again within hours of giving birth. Rabbits are induced ovulators, which means the act of mating stimulates the female to ovulate. The mother can gi... More »

A female rabbit is called a doe. A male rabbit is a buck. Young rabbits are referred to as kits or kittens. Wild European rabbits live in underground tunnels called burrows. A group of burrows is called a warren. More »

Viewing the rabbit's genitals is how a bunny owner can tell if the rabbit is a male or female. Lifting the bunny's tail and manipulating the genital area is the most effective way to determine a rabbit's sex. The genital... More »