Rabbits do sleep, although they do not always close their eyes when they do. Rabbits are crepuscular, which means they are most active at dawn and then again at dusk. They like to sleep during the night and during the da... More »

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 »

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 rabbit's large eyes on either side of its head allow it to see with nearly 360-degree vision to spot food, predators or other rabbits. A wild rabbit habitat is called a warren, a system of interconnected tunnels that i... More »

San Juan rabbits are rabbits that have been living on the San Juan Islands. The rabbits are thought to have been introduced from Europe to the San Juan Islands sometime between 1875 and 1895. Rabbits descended from rabbi... More »

According to Pet Education, healthy rabbits can have red urine because they have ingested a plant-heavy diet, especially if the plants contain beta-carotene. Antibiotics also cause some rabbits to excrete red urine, and ... More »

Common breeds of rabbits to be raised for meat are New Zealand Whites, American Chinchilla, Rex and Californian. There are more than a dozen breeds available to choose from, depending on the specific needs of the breeder... More »

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