Rabbits are herbivores, eating mostly grass, but have been known to also eat nuts, berries, fruits and vegetables. Rabbits dig burrows into the ground where they hide and store their food. It is also the place for the birth of their babies, surprisingly called 'kittens', or 'kits'. Today there are more than 50 different species of rabbit and that number continues to increase as captive rabbit breeds continually change. The smallest species of domestic rabbit is the mini lop, which weighs about 5 lbs, and the largest species of domestic rabbit is the Flemish giant rabbit that can weigh up to 20 lbs!
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