Wild hares and rabbits live all throughout the world and can generally be found in dense forests, tundra and grassland regions. One common type of rabbit, the cottontail, is common in urban areas in North America. It is ... More »

A group of rabbits living in the wild is called a colony or nest. All rabbits, except cottontails, live underground in burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren. Cottontail rabbits live above ground... More »

Louisiana is home to a wide variety of wild animals that inhabit its wetlands, forests and swamps. It supports mammals such as bears, wolves, coyotes, deer, panthers, otters, foxes, raccoons, rabbits, wild pigs and beave... More »

The natural habitat of rabbits largely depends on their species, but it includes meadows, prairies, deserts, farmlands, thickets, forests, wetlands and moorlands. The Eastern cottontail, the most common type of rabbit in... More »

A group of rabbits living in the wild is called a colony or nest. All rabbits, except cottontails, live underground in burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren. Cottontail rabbits live above ground... More »

There are many foods that provide nutrients for wild rabbits including grasses, herbs, peas, twigs, buds and lettuce. Wild rabbits will also often eat other vegetables from the gardens of unsuspecting farmers and homeown... 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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