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Bunny 30cm


Length: 19cm
Width: 18cm
Height: 30cm



  • Type: Mammal
  • Size: 8 inches to 20 inches
  • Weight: Less than one pound to 4 pounds
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Ave. Life Span: 8-12 years (domesticated); 3 years (in the wild)
  • Group name: Colony (general) or Herd (domestic)

Description Rabbits are fluffy mammals with long ears, whiskers, and a short tail. Some species of rabbits can have a length of 8 inches, while some larger species can grow up to 20 inches. The weight of small rabbit species stands at less than a pound, while larger ones can weigh over 4 pounds. This type of animal breeds about three to four times every year, but only 15 percent of the young ones called kits or kittens reach their first birthday. A female rabbit can produce 3 to 8 kits for each pregnancy. The kits have the capacity to take care of themselves after 4 to 5 weeks, and can start their own family in about 2 to 3 months. Rabbits are herbivorous mammals that feed on lettuce, herbs, grasses, buds, peas, greens, bark, twigs, among other plant materials. They naturally live in forests, meadows, grasslands, wetlands, and deserts. Wild rabbits also make rabbit holes or underground burrows and may even create a tunnel system called warren, which can be as deep as 3 meters. These fluffy animals can be found in North America, Southwestern Europe, South America, Southeast Asia, some islands in Japan, as well as in various regions of Africa.

Conservation Status While several species of rabbits have large populations, the European Rabbit is classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as Near Threatened. The population of this rabbit species is constantly declining, wherein its numbers in the Iberian Peninsula have plunged to as little as 5 percent of its population back in 1950.

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