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 »

The staples in the fox's diet are insects, bugs and various small invertebrates. They also eat mice, rabbits, hares, voles, lizards, birds and other small creatures, eggs, fruits and various plants. Foxes that live near ... More »

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Rabbits sweat from the bottoms of their feet, are born with their eyes closed, and their teeth never stop growing. Male rabbits are called bucks, females are called does, and baby rabbits are called kits or kittens. More »

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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 »

According to Dana Krempels, Ph.D., healthy rabbits shed their fur coats twice a year. However, she explains this as a natural process. If a pet rabbit experiences abnormal fur loss, such as bald patches with skin irritat... More »

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Teacup bunnies, or Netherland dwarf rabbits, require a diet consisting of vegetables, hay, water and pellets. Due to their smaller size, their gastrointestinal systems are more delicate than other rabbits, and must be fe... 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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