– Rabbits have excellent vision and can see behind them without turning their heads.
– They have strong hind legs, which they use for jumping and running, and their front legs are shorter and used for digging.
– Rabbits have long, sensitive ears that can rotate up to 270 degrees, allowing them to detect predators from a distance.
– Rabbits are known for their high reproductive rate, and they can have several litters of young per year.
– They are social animals and live in groups called warrens.
– Rabbits are herbivores and feed on grasses, leaves, and twigs.
– They have a unique digestive system that allows them to extract maximum nutrition from their food.
– The average lifespan of a rabbit is 8-12 years.
– Rabbits are popular pets, and domesticated breeds come in a variety of colors and sizes.
– Wild rabbits can be found on every continent except Antarctica.