Rabbits are little vertebrates discovered normally in Europe, South Africa, Sumatra and Japan. Rabbits are likewise regularly found in the desert areas of the Middle East where the rabbits occupy most of the green parts of the desert where they can find the enough water to survive.
Rabbits are herbivores that feast upon principally on grass; however, rabbits likewise eat nuts and berries and frequently leafy foods. Rabbits are nature’s lawn mowers and can eat grass throughout the day. It is indispensable for eating enough grass as this is beneficial for them, as well as serves to keep the teeth of the rabbit solid. Rabbit teeth become continually and if the rabbit is not ready to chew on things to hold them down, then their teeth can become amazingly long which causes torment and frequently passing to the rabbit.
The normal rabbit lives to around 8 years of age when kept as a pet, yet numerous wild rabbits don't live as long because of the way that the rabbit is a prey to numerous predators including felines, canines and people.
Today there are more than 50 unique types of rabbit and the number keeps on expanding as the specific rearing of pet rabbits turns out to be more famous. The littlest types of household rabbit is the scaled down cut, which weighs around 5 lbs, and the biggest types of residential rabbits is the Flemish Goliath rabbit which weighs between 5 kg and 9kg and is the biggest types of rabbit on the planet.