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The rabbit is a mammal who lives in forests and woods. It is herbivorous and eats grass, plants and vegetables. It has four pairs of incisives. It is part of the Lagomorpha order. It is found in several parts of the world.
Scientific denomination and classification[edit | edit source]
The scientific name is Cuniculus of Oryctolagus.
Behaviour[edit | edit source]
Rabbits by their nature are rather shy, but like all other living things, there are endless varieties of characters.
There are shy rabbits, others less, others playful or sleepy rabbits.
Habitat[edit | edit source]
It lives almost all over the world, as it is widespread by man, and in particular in Europe, its place of origin, but you can find it also in Australia and New Zealand.
Evolution[edit | edit source]
The domestic rabbit descends from the wild rabbit, an animal that lives in Western Europe and northwest Africa.
Its presence in the fables and stories[edit | edit source]
The adventures of a white bunny
the story of Peter Rabbit
the bunny who was always afraid
Fairy tale of the rabbit and the lizard
Its presence in art (images)[edit | edit source]
(Other details)[edit | edit source]
They do not eat all the faeces they expel, but only a part of them with an average of once a day, usually early in the morning or at night.
Notes[edit | edit source]
The domestic rabbit is a mite, friendly, docile and herbivorous animal.
Bibliography[edit | edit source]
A rabbit for a friend, The adventures of a brave white bunny, The adventures of a brave white bunny,
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