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Yes they can. My rabbit lived my guinea pig for a while but then we had to separate them as it is known that sometimes rabbits can bully guinea pigs a bit. I would strongly recommend two separate hutches. Two floors for a rabbit as they like lots of space and a single floored hutch for a guinea pig (though you can fit two in it!)

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