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Where Do Rabbits Live?

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Rabbits live in variety of places. The most common habitats for rabbits are meadows, woods, grasslands, deserts and forests. The European rabbit lives in rabbit holes, otherwise known as burrows. A lot of rabbits that have burrowed many holes are said to live in warrens. Over 50% of the rabbit population of the world is found in North America, although rabbits are also native to Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan, and some areas of Africa and South America. The rabbit is a mammal and there are 8 different types of rabbits, or the family called Leporidae. As well as the European rabbit, there is the cottontail rabbit and the Amami rabbit. The male rabbit is known as a buck and a female is a doe. Young rabbits are called kits. The European rabbit is small grayish-brown and can weigh up to 2.2 kg in weight. Its average length is between 34 and 45 cm. Rabbits have long ears, fluffy tails and large, powerful hind legs, which are used for hopping. They also have webbed toes that stop them from moving apart from each other when the rabbit jumps. European rabbits are native to southern Europe but are now widespread throughout the world. Cottontail rabbits are mostly found in the American continents. They closely resemble the European rabbit, although they have a stub tail, hence the name cottontail. Whilst myxomatosis is common in European rabbits, it is rare for cottontail rabbits to suffer from the disease. The Amami rabbit, sometimes called the Ryukyu rabbit is only found on two small islands in Japan, Amami Oshima and Toku-no-Shima. This rabbit has short legs and smaller ears than other rabbits. The Amami rabbit is an endangered species, due to hunting, and the rabbit has had Japanese legal protection since 1921. They sleep in caves during the day and are one of the only species of rabbit to make calling noises.
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Most of the rabbits live in burrows and holes in the ground. In fact rabbits are capable of making extensive burrow systems. Thus the extensive burrows are also known as warrens. Burrows can be temporary or permanent. Warrens are permanent burrows. There are non-burrowing rabbits also and some of them are cottontail rabbits and hispid rabbits. Such rabbits live in nests known as forms and these nests are generally made in dense and thick forests with protective covering so that the nests are not easily seen.

Camouflage from predators and other enemies is also a reason for the building nests under protective coverings. Rabbits are found in large numbers in fields, parks and gardens. They also live in groups in valleys. Rabbits are reared as pets and also for their meat which is said to be very tasty.

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Most of the rabbits live in burrows and holes in the ground. In fact rabbits are capable of making extensive burrow systems. Thus the extensive burrows are also known as warrens. Burrows can be temporary or permanent. Warrens are permanent burrows. There are non-burrowing rabbits also and some of them are cottontail rabbits and hispid rabbits. Such rabbits live in nests known as forms and these nests are generally made in dense and thick forests with protective covering so that the nests are not easily seen.

Camouflage from predators and other enemies is also a reason for the building nests under protective coverings. Rabbits are found in large numbers in fields, parks and gardens. They also live in groups in valleys. Rabbits are reared as pets and also for their meat which is said to be very tasty.
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 most of the rabbit live north America and asia Italy or Rome
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In the forest
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They live in small holes that they are adapted to because they are camouflaged on the soil!
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I would say in holes underground, forests, deserts(jack rabbits), and sometimes in your homes in the garden.
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Most of them live in thick thickets of brush to stay hidden from predators such as coyotes, foxes, and other carnivores.
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They love to live in you gardens in fact they are very fats and sneaky so they hide in your room in the winter time
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They live in burrows warrens a hutch a cage shops forest nests woods and gardens were thats were I think and everyone else around here
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They live in burrows and in peoples houses or in peoples gardens

personally I think that rabbits are gr8
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Rabbits are awsome,cute and adorable!Rabbits live in forests or you can even find them running around close by your house

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