Rabbits By paul

Rabbits are mammals with fur that covers there whole body. Adult rabbits grow up to 25 - 50cm in the wild and their mass is 0.4 - 2kg.

Rabbits are pregnant for 30 days and have litters of up to 12 babies or kits depending on the breed.
Rabbits eat fresh fruit, vegetables and hay.
Rabbits are usually found in woods, grasslands, meadows, forests and many more. They make shelter by burrowing in the ground.
Rabbits are good at adapting to hard situations like when there being chased by predators such as foxes, snakes, weasels and badgers because there big feet enable them to run faster. They also run zig zags to lose the predators.
A cool fact about the rabbit is that they can twist their necks to look at predators.

I hope you enjoyed the presentation on rabbits.

Credits:

Created with images by Orest U - "Rabbit" • Scott McLeod - "Rabbit" • Gidzy - "Young Wild Rabbit eating dandelion flower, Leighton Moss RSPB May 2009"

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