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The bunny is recognizable by its long ears and compact body. It has 28 teeth that grow permanently and is capable of running at speeds of up to 40 km/hour.

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Bunny activity intensifies towards the end of the day and in the early evening. Generally speaking, his temperament is mild, but he may bite if he is stressed or feels unsafe.

They are not particularly difficult to tame. All it takes is a little time and attention. It can live alone as well as with other rodents.

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On the other hand, two males can be made to fight if they are kept in the same cage. In the wild, bunnies spontaneously dig burrows and often live in groups.

The sexual maturity of the RabbitRabbit depends on its size. It is quite early in dwarf rabbits, whereas it is late in giant rabbits. It, therefore, varies between 4 months to a year for the biggest ones.

However, it is advisable not to breed your female too hastily, because she has not finished growing for about ten months. Then, she can reproduce all year round, without any predefined period. The gestation period is between 4 and 5 weeks.

It is not advisable to have more than four litters per year, as the bunny may become tired. During her gestation period, the RabbitRabbit needs a more abundant diet, especially during the last week of pregnancy, with a significant addition of calcium and vitamins.

Baby bunnies, once born, are hairless and weigh between 30 and 80 grams. Their number varies from 4 to 12 per litter, although it is often less in the first litter.

Bunnies should not be stressed while caring for their young. Too much stress could cause her to eat one of her newborns. Weaning takes place after the third week.

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