Rabbits are small, furry mammals with long ears, short fluffy tails, and strong, large hind legs. They have 2 pairs of sharp incisors (front teeth), one pair on top and one pair on the bottom. They also have 2 peg teeth behind the top incisors.

Interesting Facts
1) A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing! Instead, they’re gradually worn down as the rabbit chews on grasses, wildflowers and vegetables.
2) Rabbits’ eyes are on the sides of their head, meaning they can see almost all the way around them.
3) Rabbits are amazing athletes — they can jump as high as 90 centimetres in one leap.
4) Growing up to 10 centimetres in length, rabbits can turn their ears by 180 degrees, keeping a careful listening ear out for predators.
5) Carrots aren’t a natural part of a rabbit’s diet and can give bunnies an upset stomach if they eat too many.
6) A bunny will hop when it’s happy and do a twist in mid-air. This adorable action has an equally adorable name: It’s called a binky.
7) If you see a rabbit rubbing their chin on something, that item is being claimed. Sometimes, it can be your pant leg or hand!
8) Rabbits mostly sleep during the day and can do so with their eyes open because they have a third eyelid that lets them do this. This helps them stay wary of predators.
9) A rabbit can be scared to death. They already have fast heartbeats, and something that really scares them can make it impossible for them to calm down, which could lead to a heart attack.
10) Most rabbits have a “sweet tooth” and are crazy about fruit! But just like any other treat, moderation is key!