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www.rabbitsonline.net/threads/third-eyelid-showing.650

The third-eyelid has so many different layers as to why it happens thatit's really hard to say what's going on without seeing her. There are different stages for it, there are different reasons as towhy it shows up, the rabbit's history, etc. It sounds like you have avery caring and knowledgeable veterinarian.

www.petsial.com/do-rabbits-have-eyelids

A Rabbit is Able to Sleep with Their Eyes Open Due to the Moistening Agent the Third Eyelid Provides. The third eyelid that a rabbit has is very beneficial when it comes to evading predators. Since rabbits are prey animals, they must be equipped with features that will help them avoid, and escape predators.

www.medirabbit.com/EN/Eye_diseases/Disorder/Harder/Harders_en.htm

A healthy rabbit eye, with the third eyelid protruding a little. A swelling of the third eyelid occurs when the ventral pink lobe of the Harderian gland prolapses. The etiology of the prolapse is unknown. A weakness of the connective tissue around the gland is suspected. The gland starts to move, and becomes irritated.

hutchandcage.com/rabbits-eyelids

The third eyelid that rabbits possess – the nictating membrane – exists for this purpose. To stay one step ahead of predators, rabbits must first be able to see them coming. The nictating membrane allows rabbits to be able to see even when they are asleep.

www.rabbitcaretips.com/do-rabbits-shut-their-eyes-when-they-sleep

Do Rabbits Have a Third Eyelid? Rabbits have a third eyelid (the nictitating membrane) that is invisible to human sight. It is located at the front of the rabbit’s eye. Don’t look for it as it’s completely transparent. The nictitating membrane serves many functions for your pet and is one of the most vital parts of her anatomy. Acts as a ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/rabbits-blink-457c2b755c182cd5

The rabbit's third eyelid is called the nictitating membrane. The nictitating membrane floats across the surface of the rabbit's eye to lubricate and protect the cornea. Humans blink to lubricate and protect the surface of the eye. Besides rabbits, dogs, cats and other mammals have a third eyelid. Many reptiles, birds and sharks have a third ...

wagwalking.com/rabbit/condition/bulging-of-the-eyes

Treatment of Bulging of the Eyes in Rabbits For a cause originating with dental disease such as abscesses, infections, and tooth root overgrowth, appropriate dental care will be needed. This may entail antibiotics, proper maintenance of misaligned teeth, such as filing and diet change, and possibly even surgery.

www.netvet.co.uk/rabbits/eyes.htm

Each eye of the rabbit has a tear duct and this is responsible for maintaining the correct lubricating conditions it requires. In addition to keeping the eye moist, the rabbit has a Nictitating Membrane which is better known as the third eyelid which also provides the eye with protection.

binkybunny.com/forums/topic/third-eyelid-2

Third eyelid Home › Forum › HOUSE RABBIT Q & A › Third eyelid This topic has 22sd replies, 8 voices, and was last updated 9 years, 9 months ago by BinkyBunny .