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Domestic rabbit

Oryctolagus cuniculus


A domestic rabbit is a species of the European rabbit.

A domestic rabbit can turn each ear 180 degrees, which means they can locate the exact spot any sound is coming from.

They are sociable, quiet animals who communicate through body language and facial features, which is important as they have 360-degree vision.

A domestic rabbit is a species of the European rabbit. A rabbit’s foot may be lucky on land, but they are banned from ships. It is believed that in the 17th century, a rabbit chewed through the hull of a ship triggering the death of hundreds of sailors.