What is a "rabbit"?
The rabbit is a small mammal known for its long ears, powerful hind legs, and soft fur. They are known for their ability to reproduce rapidly, with many species having large litters of offspring. Rabbits are herbivorous and typically feed on plant material such as grass, leaves, and vegetables. They are known for their agility and speed, often using their strong hind legs to quickly escape from predators. Rabbits are found in various habitats around the world, including grasslands, forests, deserts, and wetlands. They are social animals that are known for their burrowing behavior and complex social structures. Rabbits are popular as pets and have been domesticated for thousands of years for their docile nature and cute appearance.