Rabbits are fascinating animals. Over the past 10 years since we adopted Trouble, I've been sharing all sorts of information about bunnies and what makes them special. It's time to test yourself to see what you've know!
A) DermopteraB) EdentataC) LagomorphaD) Rodentia
A) 12B) 16C) 18D) 20
A) Directly in frontB) Directly in backC) On their leftD) On their right
A) sweat glandsB) a pancreasC) a dorsal nerve cord
D) pads on the soles of their feet
A) regulating temperatureB) attracting a mateC) communicating emotion / mood
D) maintaining balance while running
A) 9 yearsB) 12 yearsC) 15 yearsD) 18 years
A) 8%B) 15%C) 23%D) 28%
A) 90°FB) 94°FC) 98°FD) 102°F
A) 4B) 12
A) 0.5 inch to 1 inchB) 1 to 3 inchesC) 3 to 5 inches
D) 5 to 7 inches
1. C) Rabbits are lagomorphs. Other members of this order include pikas and hares.
2. C) Rabbits have four toes and a dew claw on each front foot. They have four toes on each back foot.
3. A) Rabbits have a blind spot directly in front of their nose.
4. D) Rabbits do not have pads on their feet. Instead, they have a thick cushion of fur.
5. B) Rabbits use their ears to regulate their temperature, communicate their emotions, and maintain balance when they run. Ears do not play a role in attracting a mate.
6. D) The longest-lived rabbit reached 18 years old.
7. A) A rabbit's skeleton makes up approximately 8% of its body weight.
8. D) A healthy rabbit's body temperature is around 102°F.
9. C) Adult rabbits have 28 teeth.
10. C) Rabbit teeth grow from 3-5 inches a year.