Rabbits are small, furry mammals characterized by their long ears and distinctive hopping movement. They are social animals that often live in burrows underground, forming colonies. These herbivores have a diet primarily consisting of grass, vegetables, and hay. They reproduce prolifically, with a short gestation period, and are known for their ability to leap and run swiftly to evade predators. Rabbits are popular pets and also play a role in the ecosystem as prey for various predators.

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