What do you call group of rabbits?
A group of rabbits is usually called a "warren." The word "warren" means both the group of rabbits, as well as the rabbits' home (an underground network of burrows). Other words used for groups of rabbits include: nest, colony, bevy, bury, drove, trace, herd, hop, leash, husk, den, and trip. Words for Specific Types - Group of Domestic Rabbits: Herd - Group of Hares: Down, Husk - Group of Jackrabbits: Husk - Group of Young Rabbits: Litter, Nest ...
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What animals are related too rabbits?
Rats are classified in the "rodent" species and lizards are classified into the "Reptile" species. Rabbits are NOT rodents, they are classified into the species "Lagomorpha". Anything in the Lagomorph group is related to rabbits. Some are Hares, domestic rabbits, etc. ...