In the Eastern Hemisphere rabbits come from Europe.
A rabbit is a gregarious, burrowing, plant eating, mammal, with long ears, long hind and a short tail.
Rabbit habitats include meadows, wood, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands. Rabbits live in groups better known as herds. They live underground or in rabbit holes. Wild bunnies or rabbits are herbivores, feeding on greenery, flowers, clovers, fruit, vegetable and drinking water.
Rabbits do not eat meat. They are opportunistic feeders and also eat fruit, seeds, roots, buds and tree bark. A baby male rabbit is called a buck a female is called a doe; a young rabbit is called a kit (or kitten.) An older term for an adult rabbit is called a Coney. When they start eating at about 2 weeks old they will eat alfalfa hay, carrots and pellets. More than half the world’s rabbits live in North America. rabbits can have long ears up to 10cm 4in.