Rabbit burrows, also called rabbit holes, have a main entrance surrounded by a mound of dirt that leads into an often complex series of underground chambers. There can also be additional entrances without mounds. Rabbits... More »

Many animals live in burrows, including moles, groundhogs, rabbits, bears and gophers. Besides mammals, burrowing also occurs among some invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, fish and some species of birds. More »

Rabbits do not hibernate. They are crepuscular animals, which means they are most active during twilight hours. Wild rabbits burrow in snowdrifts or use unoccupied underground dens of other mammals during winter and rest... More »

The British Giant Rabbit weighs 12 to 15 pounds at maturity and has a long body with a broad back, full cheeks and long, erect ears. The rabbits have smooth, medium-length coats that are white, black, opal, blue or steel... More »

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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 »

Rabbits in severe distress make a loud noise such as a scream or a howl. It means the rabbit is in great pain or is very frightened. The noise is described as sounding similar to a screaming child. More »