Rabbits can jump as long as 36 inches and higher.
The same reason humans can jump: Rabbits have a joint that forms a "knee". Unlike most humans, however, rabbits can jump high and run fast.
If a hop is considered a jump, yes!
yup rabbits jump high!
to get away they do also they do like to jump
All rabbits jump! I guess you could say hop too! That is the way rabbits move!
Obviously yes. -_-
Rabbits and people
no they can also jump directly up
A healthy kangaroo can jump higher than any rabbit. Kangaroos also jump faster and further than rabbits. This is due, in part, to their larger size.
they jump from their hind legs
a couple of feet 1.5 meters
three feet vertically
Yes. Rabbits have very powerful legs. They can jump pretty high and run really fast with them.
36 inches or 3 feet high
If you touch a rabbit with fleas they will jump off on you.
They can hop away or jump away or fight for their lives
Well rabbits don't usually have a certain jump height. A rabbit can usually jump 36 inches (3 feet)
because it means they are happy and have more space
Frogs, kangaroos, rabbits, fleas, etc.
Many rabbits jump into bushes because they live there. Dogs will follow them because they are designed to hunt rabbits.
rabbits are very high jumpers 1 metre at least
one is getting raped
They have fur,long legs,big ears and can jump high