Rabbits breed, well, like rabbits. They have 3 or 4 litters of kits each year, and each litter may contain 3 to 8 baby rabbits. They’re not trying to take over the world; they’re just trying to make up for low survival rates, as only about 15% of baby bunnies make it to adulthood, and Rabbits live three years or less in the wild. As any gardener knows, rabbits love fresh greens, and they often feed at night to keep out of trouble. While they might not be quite as tricky as the Rabbit from popular children’s books, they have adapted some skills that increase their ability to survive in a variety of settings. They zig zag when they run to throw off predators, and they can reach speeds of 18 miles per hour. When not feeding, they will hide in tall grasses and vegetation, and they’ve learned to survive on a Spartan diet of twigs and bark during harsh winters.
- Recommended Age: 5+
- Size in cm: 5.46 L x 20.25 W x 25.5 H
- Size in inches: 2.15 L x 7.97 W x 10.04 H
- UPC: 095866345402