Interesting facts about rabbits as pets

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interesting facts about rabbits as pets

101 Facts About Rabbits by Julia Barnes

What kind of rabbit makes the best pet? Can rabbits be trained to do tricks? Did you know that rabbits may be more closely related to horses than to hamsters? This book has lots of fun and useful information for kids who want to own and care for a pet rabbit of their own. With short, numbered paragraphs and colorful photos of many different breeds of rabbits, this book entertains as it educates. Topics include choosing the right breed, rabbit care and training, and rabbit behavior. A glossary, index, and list of books and web sites for further reading enhance the learning experience. Julia Barnes is the author of several books in the 101 Facts About Pets series, including 101 Facts About Guinea Pigs and 101 Facts About Puppies.
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10 interesting facts about rabbits

Pet rabbits are fascinating! They can be adorable and energetic, making them great pets for children and adults alike. Are you curious to learn more about your favorite pet? There is so much to know! Rabbits are complex animals with many traits and characteristics, so we have put together ten facts to help you learn about your furry pet. There are many features to every breed.

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Rabbits are much more than the cute, carrot-munching creatures pop culture makes them out to be. They can dig sophisticated tunnels, grow to weigh more than 20 pounds, and even eat their own poop. Here are some more facts worth knowing about the beloved mammals. Cartoons suggest that rabbits can happily survive on a diet of carrots alone. Not all rabbits are cute and tiny. Some, like the Flemish giant rabbit , grow to be downright monstrous.

Lagomorphs were originally classified as rodents, but in the distinction was made between them and rodents. Hares are born with their eyes open, hair covering their bodies, and they can run within a few minutes of birth much like a Guinea pig! Rabbits, on the other hand, are born blind, naked, and remain in a fur-lined nest for the first days of their lives.
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  1. For assisting in digestion they need hay which helps them to prevent forming of fur balls in stomach.

  2. Interesting Facts About Rabbits. Rabbits and bunnies Much like a dog, a pet rabbit can be taught to come to his/her name, sit in your lap, and do simple tricks.

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