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Abbi Weldon

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Transcript of Rabbits

By Abbi Weldon

Behavioral Characteristics
• Rabbits sleep 12 hours a day and that time is in the daylight.
• Some rabbits can sleep with their eyes open.
• When rabbits have had a bad day the rabbit can twitch and their nose can stop wiggling.
• When rabbits bang their back feet it’s a sign that the rabbit is unhappy, startled or in warn of danger.
• Rabbits get very bored very easily if they are not in a pair of group
• Rabbits usually grunt or squeaks when they don’t want you to touch them.
• Rabbits get very aggressive when they haven’t got any food for awhile
Breeds of rabbits
There are 50 breeds of rabbits and some of them are a long-eared, short-tailed, burrowing warm-blooded mammal with soft fur. Rabbits are actually more closely related to horses than they are to a rat or a mouse.
Rabbit habitats include meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts, the snow and wetlands. Warrens can be as deep as 3 meters underground.
Pet rabbits often live in cages, though many rabbit owners let their pets run freely throughout their home for exercise and only place the rabbit in a cage for sleeping.
Rabbits are mammals with long ears so they can catch sound from any direction so they know when a predator is coming. Rabbits have long ears which can be as long as 10 cm. Rabbits ears help them to keep warm because if your head is warm usually it helps your body to be warm.
Rabbits have thin fur in summer and spring because of the heat
Rabbits have think fur in winter because if they don’t they would get cold

Smell, hearing and vision
Rabbits have an excellent sense of smell, hearing and vision to help them to know when a predator is coming and also to know if what they are eating is the correct food or not.
Rabbits have extremely strong back legs which allow them to leap great distance which helps get away from predator to protect themselves and also if they need to get food and the food is in a tree they can get their food easily but that doesn't mean it will be easy to get away or get food.
Rabbits can the jump up to one meter high and three meters long.
Humans impact
Humans don't have much impact on rabbits because many places around the world call them a pest because they just keep on reproducing. Because they reproduce so so quickly if a humans kills 200 in 2 months then they will reproduce 400 in 2 months.

The Future
The future of rabbits is just going to keep increasing and increasing till there are millions and they will become a pest nearly all around the world of many people will have rabbits as a pet.
Physical Characteristics
Rabbits have think fur in winter because if they don’t they would get cold. Rabbits fur can be long or short and can be lots of different colours depending on the bread.

Nose, ears and eyes
Rabbits have an excellent sense of smell, hearing and vision. The nose of a rabbits is very small and has whiskers around it.
Rabbits have extremely strong back legs which allow them to leap great distances. The back legs are small but strong.

Rabbit Facts
 A female rabbit is called a doe.
 A male rabbit is called a buck.
 A young rabbit is called a kit (or kitten).
 More than half of the world’s rabbits live in North America.
 Pet rabbits that live inside are often referred to as ‘house rabbits’.
 Rabbits can be litter trained
 A group of burrows is called a warren.
People use rabbits feet as necklaces

Rabbits try to reproduce so quickly to make other animals scared because they know there are so, so many rabbits. Rabbits reproduce to help them to adapt to environment faster then most animals.
Rabbits have large soft feet to help them run in meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts, the snow and wetlands so they don't hurt them selves.
Rabbits have a wide jaw and extra teeth.
These extra teeth allow the rabbits to chew
through tough plant material. As a result, the rabbit needs to chew through the plant life to keep the teeth eroded, thus ensuring their survival.

During flight from predators in vegetated areas, a long and bushy tail would hinder or snag in the plant life. The small cotton tail does not get stuck or extend out preventing predators from latching on.

Wild rabbits are classic herbivores. In the coldest times of the year, they chow down on lots of green vegetation, woody shoots and tree bark, In the spring and summer, wild rabbits focus their attentions on crops, flowers, grass and clovers.

In order to avoid predators, rabbits have evolved a natural camouflage. Their coats blend in with the native vegetation in their habitat, making them hard to detect. They are brown in the summer months and become increasingly white in the fall before turning brown again in the spring.

Rabbits dig burrows as their houses. Basically, their burrows are where they hide from their predators. It also shelters them from horrible weather. Another thing is that they can store food in their burrows. It just makes their lives a lot easier.
Rabbits have long ears which can be as long as 10 cm and can be many, many different colours depending on the breed.

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