Rabbits eat different foods during different seasons of the year, including clover, dry and green grasses, bark and twigs. Rabbits, which are herbivores, tend to eat mainly grasses, clover and even garden crop during the... 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 »

Rabbits are small to medium-sized furry animals with long ears and a hopping gait. They have big gnawing front teeth like rodents, but they are actually in their own group, the lagomorphs. Although they may enjoy an occa... More »

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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 »

Chinchillas in the wild mainly forage for seeds, bark, herbs and grasses. As omnivores, they also eat meat and enjoy bird eggs or insects in their diets when the opportunity arises. More »

Most wild rabbits enjoy eating various herbs and grasses. They also eat their first passing of feces, known as cecotropes. These are passed again through the digestive system to extract as many nutrients as possible, the... More »

Wild rabbits eat things such as lettuce, twigs, grass, herbs, clover, bark and buds. Rabbits also eat leafy weeds, and they search for fruit and crops to eat. More »