Rabbits feed on grass, forbs and leafy weeds.
Yes, rabbits eat Producers (like grass, weeds, and other vegetation); this makes rabbits Primary Consumers in the Food Chain.
No, they can eat forbs, leafy weeds, and some fruits or vegetables.
They eat a diet rich in cellulose that includes leafy, green weeds and grass.
Wild rabbits do not really eat sunflower plants. They will eat sunflower seeds and other green weeds and various flowers.
Not if there are vegetable gardens around. But rabbits don't eat just carrots, they eat a wide variety of vegetables and grasses and leafy weeds.
They can eat clovers and a lots of other plants and weeds that may grow in your garden.
Rabbits are herbivores. Their diet includes grass, leafy weeds and forbs. Rabbits are known to eat in intervals with heavy grazing in the afternoon followed by selective feeding.
yes they do especially carrots,lettuce they are herbivores so grass weeds you,know
Rabbits are herbivores which means they feed on plant life. They will eat clover, grass, and leafy weeds. They also will eat their own feces that are called caecotrophs. This is a behavior that is similar in function to chewing cud as cows and sheep do.
Yes, rice is bad for rabbits. Rabbits don't eat grains, seeds, nuts, etc. Rabbits eat hay (or, in the wild, grasses and twigs), leafy weeds and herbs, occasional vegetables and fruits, and pet rabbits also eat pellets. See the related question below for details and links about a healthy rabbit diet.
Yes deers do eat weeds
Predators to a rabbit, is well, practically everything! And Rabbits are herbivorous, they only eat grass and weeds in the wild.
Rabbits and cotton ratss
Yes, wild rabbits do eat zucchini and other vegetables, but it isn't a major part of their diet, it's like a treat to them. Mostly, wild rabbits eat grass, twigs, weeds, and dark leafy greens like lettuces, carrot tops, etc. Other vegetables, and fruits, are treats. People have offered zucchini to wild rabbits before and the rabbits have eaten the zucchini.
See the related link below for a list of plants, including weeds, that aren't safe for rabbits to eat. To be safe, it's best to stick to recommended plants and avoid ones that aren't known to be safe or dangerous. Certainly, avoid plants that are known to be dangerous! See related links/questions below for details.
Cottontail rabbits (a wild American rabbit) eat similar things as all rabbits: wild grasses and weeds and such (and cultivated plots of veggies and herbs, when they can get to them).carrots, peas, cheese, and grapes... almost all small fruits
yes! all rabbits can, just dont feed them too much or they will get a poorly tummy(diorrea)
yes you can eat rabbits.
Wild baby rabbits eat grass, amongst other things that the adults are eating, too (like leafy green weeds, vegetables, herbs).Pet baby rabbits eat hay, primarily alfalfa hay (which is a legume, not a grass), and pellets.That's once they're weaned, of course (which is at around 5 or 6 weeks of age).
slugs eat lettuces thrushes eat slugs sparrowhawks eat thrushes rabbits eat lettuces foxes eat rabbits sparrowhawks eat rabbits rabbits eat grass
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no rabbits can not eat buscuits
Rabbits do not eat prunes.
No. Weasels eat rabbits.