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       REPRODUCTION

 

 

Baby rabbits are called bunnies.

 

Their mother's milk helps them stay healthy the rest of their lives.

 

The mother feeds the baby rabbits once during the night.

 

Female rabbits can have a litter at 3 to 6 months old.  

 

The male bucks can mate when they are 4 to 6 months old.

 

Does can have a litter of 4 to 6 bunnies every 31 days.  You do the math!  Fix 'em!

 

Does can also become pregnant the same day they give birth.

 

The Flemish Giant breed can get over 20 lbs.

 

The Netherland Dwarf breed is the smallest breed.

     
   

Baby bunnies should not be separated from their 

mothers until they are at least 8 weeks old!

 

    Photo Credit:  This little doll is "Annie" and she is from the San Diego House Rabbit Society.

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