Do rabbits migrate?
No, rabbits do not migrate.
Rabbbits do not migrate.
jack rabbits love to get it on
Rabbits generally like the cold, and they are able to dig through the snow to eat. They don't need to migrate. haha.
The same place they live the rest of the year. Rabbits do not migrate.
yes they can No..Rabbits are not migratory mammals.
European rabbits do not hibernate. In their natural habitat of Southwestern Europe, their numbers are declining. But European rabbits have been introduced by man in Australia, New Zealand and South America where they are considered a threat.
Tha cactus popularion would begin to migrate northern
The Black-tailed Jack rabbit does not migrate or hibernate during winter and uses the same habitat of 0.4 to 1.2 square miles (1 to 3 square km) all year round.
Rabbits like the snowshoe hare sheds it old brown fur and grows a white pelt. This helps them camouflage from predators such as arctic foxes during winter when it snows. Domestic rabbits sleep more but they don't hibernate-- no rabbits do! They usually eat some more too. Remember all rabbits don't hibernate or migrate!
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Wolves can eat many things. They have been known to eat: Moose/Elk Rabbits/hare when the herds migrate: mice birds fish They may also eat carrion. when they are starving: grasshoppers Earthworms
If you mean a forest in winter, then most animals migrate in winter, so they usually aren't around, but you can find animals in the forest when it's not cold and snowy such as; deer, rabbits, squirrels, and chipmunks.
lots of animals migrate and they migrate to meet their needs.
A puma neither migrates nor does it hibernate.
Some collective nouns for rabbits are: a "bury" of rabbits a "colony" of rabbits a "down" of rabbits a "drove" of rabbits a "husk" of rabbits a "leash" of rabbits a "trace" or rabbits a "trip" of rabbits a "warren" of rabbits a "nest" of rabbits a "bevy" of rabbits.
They didn't migrate. Animals migrate.
emigrar is "to migrate"
Koalas do not migrate. No Australian mammals migrate.
No. Bilbies do not migrate. No Australian marsupials migrate.
they migrate from china and they migrate to egypt
yes. Dugonds do indeed migrate. They migrate yearly. When an area gets to cold they migrate elsewhere.
Frilled lizards migrate when they are supposed to migrate. They migrate during a specific time of the year and migrate to some place and the distance is calculated by a number.
They partially migrate, meaning they sometimes migrate.
No, not all birds migrate. The American Cardinal, for example, does not migrate. It mostly depends on your location, for what birds do and do not migrate.
yes harp seals migrate they migrate southin the autum and migrate noth in the summer good luck
The collective nouns are: a warren of rabbits a nest of rabbits a colony of rabbits a bevy of rabbits a trace of rabbits
No. Koalas do not migrate. No Australian mammals migrate on a seasonal basis.
they migrate and find their way when their parents migrate.
Migrate. They migrate from the ocean, then swim upstream to spawn.
Migrate is not a noun it is a verb. The noun for migrate is migration
They do not migrate.
they do not migrate
They do not migrate.
no they do not migrate
No they do not migrate
It does not migrate.
Not all dolphins migrate and when they do, they only migrate when seasonal changes force them to do so. If they migrate, it is usually during the fall and winter.
1. Bears hibernate during the winter. (Behavioral Adaptation) 2. Moose migrate to these biomes periodically. (Behavioral Adaptation) 3. Wild rabbits have thick fur for heat insulation during the winter. (Structural Adaptation)
They migrate to Finland before the summer and migrate away from Finland after the summer.
Crows migrate in "murders"; ravens migrate in an "unkindness".
The collective nouns for rabbits are: bury of rabbits colony of rabbits down of rabbits drove of rabbits husk of rabbits leash of rabbits trace of rabbits trip of rabbits warren of rabbits nest of rabbits (young) wrack of rabbits (young) And for hares: drove of hares down of hares husk of hares leash of hares trace of hares trip of hares warren of hares I hope this is useful!
Guppies do not migrate.
Rattlesnakes do not migrate.
Crocodiles do not migrate.
Some of them migrate
Toucans do not migrate.
No ravens do not migrate.
No. Lyrebirds do not migrate.