Rabbits can live between five and 15 years. The lifespan of a rabbit depends on a number of factors, including its breed, the environment in which it lives, and weather conditions. More »

Cottontail rabbits live in such areas as fields, gullies, brush piles, farms, crop fields, backyards and suburban areas. They also dwell in the abandoned burrows of other animals, such as woodchucks. More »

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A Netherland dwarf rabbit lives an average of seven years, according to Pet Planet. They do not make good pets for children because of their known bad temperament. More »

Domesticated rabbits have a life span of about 9 years depending on size, breed and several other factors; wild rabbits, on the other hand, have very high mortality rates. Both European rabbits and Eastern cottontail rab... More »

Dwarf rabbits live between five and 15 years. Neutered rabbits live longer because the procedure can help to prevent some genetic diseases. The best diet for dwarf rabbits is fresh hay, rabbit pellets and fresh greens. More »

Captive rabbits live between 8 and 12 years, while wild rabbits have a shorter life span due to predators. In 2013, the world's oldest rabbit mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records, Do, died at the age of 17. More »

Reputable pet stores, such as PETsMART and PETCO, offer adoption services for rabbits in lieu of selling them, according to Petfinder. The Humane Society of the United States also recommends visiting animal shelters and ... More »