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What Do You Know About Rabbits?

Since it's Bunday, I'm pulling all sorts of rabbit knowledge out of my hat. I've rounded up bunny fact and fiction — can you ID the true statements from the false? Even if you don't ace the test this time, there are cute pics to help you along and ease your pain.

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Pet rabbits are descended from the wild rabbits we see in the US.

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Rabbits can be litter-box trained.

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Rabbits are most active at night.

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Rabbits cannot vomit.

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Rabbits regulate body temperature using their ears.

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Both rabbits and hares have fur and open eyes at birth.

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Rabbits have 7,000 more taste buds than humans.

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Rabbits teeth stop growing at a year old.

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bethinabox bethinabox 6 years
We had a rabbit when I was younger. We named it Peter. We later found out it was a girl. LOL. We potty trained her, and let her run around the house a lot, but then she started chewing up our couch and we had to put wooden boards around the bottom of it. Then we moved, and instead of bringing her with us we gave her away. :(
PinkNC PinkNC 6 years
I know they're cute but I wouldn't have one as a pet.
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