Their long ears are likely a feature rabbits adapted for detecting predators.
Rabbits have a small blind spot at the bridge of their noses and can see nearly 360 degrees around.
Baby rabbits are born blind and furless, and must rely totally on the care of their mothers.
Small rabbit species can be as little as 8 inches long and weigh less than a pound, while larger rabbits can grow to around 20 inches and weigh more than 4 pounds.
In the wild, rabbits have a lifespan of less than three years.
Rabbits are herbivores, only eating plants, twigs and bark.
The male rabbit is called a buck, the female is a doe and a young rabbit is a kit.