Rabbits have a lot going on. They are living beings. It will take a long time to fill this out so for now you can have fun reading this text: Rabbit Basic Science
- The ears of a rabbit are used to regulate their body temperature. Blood vessels are distributed along the ears, and they can expand or contract to give off or conserve heat, respectively.
- Lop-eared rabbit breeds have a disadvantage compared to other rabbits as their ears cannot be used as effectively to hear or regulate temperature.
- It is important to keep a room rabbit-proof by removing cables or other materials that you don't want to be chewed on. Rabbits need to chew on things to keep their teeth trimmed!
- Similar to many other domesticated animals, nearly all 'house rabbits' are one species - the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus).