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Adult £14.95 £13.55
Children (3-15 Years) £10.95 £9.95
Under 3's FREE FREE
Senior Citizen (65 Years+) £12.95 £11.75
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Child / Adult / Carer £7.45 £6.75

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Oryctolagus cuniclus

These rabbits are a domesticated form of the European rabbit. Rabbits are lagomorphs - from the Greek word ‘lagos’ meaning rabbit. There are many different breeds of domestic rabbit including the British giant, Dutch, rex and lion-headed.



Size: 25 - 75cm
Weight: 0.4 - 6kg



In the wild the European rabbit is found in grasslands or open woodlands. It was originally a native of southwest Europe and northwest Africa.



The rabbit’s main source of food is grass, but will also eat herbs, twigs and some bark. A rabbit will sometimes eat snails and earthworms.



Rabbits are pregnant for about 30 days after which a litter of 2 - 8 blind, deaf and virtually naked infants are born.


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