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10 Fun Facts About Rabbits

In this video I share with you 10 Fun Facts About Rabbits! I hope that all of you enjoyed the video and learned something new as well.


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1. The average size of a rabbit litter depends on the breed of the rabbit. Generally smaller dwarf breeds will have litters of 2-4, medium breeds will have litters of 4-6, and larger breeds will have litters of 6-10, which results after a short gestation period of only 30-days.

2. In the wild some female rabbits can produce about eight litters of bunnies every year.

3. Happy rabbits practice a cute behaviour known as a “binky:” they jump up in the air and twist and spin around!

4. Sterilised rabbits live longer than regular rabbits. A rabbit’s life span is about 8 years, though sterilised rabbits (those who are spayed/neutered) can live as long as 10-12 years.

5. A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing! Many people believe they need to chew to keep their teeth short. While they do enjoy chewing, it’s the normal wear from where their top and bottom teeth meet that keeps a rabbit’s teeth short.

6. Bunnies cannot vomit, so it is super important to feed them only healthy, fresh, appropriate food.

7. Rabbits are natural runners and can reach speeds of up to 30 to 40 mph.

8. Rabbits noses twitch 20 to 120 times per minute (faster when excited or stressed and slower when relaxed or sleeping)

9. A baby rabbit is called a kit, a female is called a doe, and a male is a buck. A group of rabbits is called a herd.

10. The only rabbit to be widely domesticated is the European rabbit, which has been extensively bred as a pet and sadly for food. It was first widely kept in ancient Rome and has been refined into a wide variety of breeds since the Middle Ages.


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