How much does a Rabbit Weigh?
Rabbits are mammals with a life generally ranging between 8 and 12 years for rabbits that live in captivity, in good conditions of life. The hope of life for rabbits that live in the wildness is much less because of harsh conditions and predators. Rabbits are part of the family Leporidae, order Lagomorpha and are classified into two categories: wild rabbits and domestic rabbits. Genetically, these two types of rabbits are very different and cannot be bred together. A rabbit weighs between 4.5 and 5 pounds.
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