No, unless the other rabbit is a fake one it might chew on it. Rabbits don't eat meat, they are herbivores which means that they eat only plant material. No. Rabbits don't eat meat. I have a dad rabbit and one of the babies ears were bit off but i think that the dad didnt eat his ears but i dont know what happened to it. Sorry. Rabbits CAN eat each another rabbit. I have…
Very simple. The whole food chain would crumble apart. Pygmy Rabbits are first level consumers; herbivores that eat Sagebush as a main dish. If they died, their many predators would suddenly be left without a food source. Most of their predators are carnivores; they can't eat the Sagebrush that Pygmy Rabbits eat!
The wild carnivores, such as stoats and weasels eat other animals, such as voles, mice and rabbits. The wild herbivores such as rabbits and deer eat grasses and plants. The wild insectivores, such as screws and hedgehogs eat insects, worms and other invertebrates. Omnimores such as foxes eat other animals, berries and anything else which is available.
Squirrels are omnivorous. When faced with hunger, some species of squirrel will prey on juvenile rabbits. Some species have also been known to eat mice and shrews. No, squirrels are omnivores and will only eat plant and meat material. However, the only meat they will eat are bird's eggs and insects. They are not large enough to consume a whole rabbit! No, they don't. Both rabbits and squirrel are herbivores. Not carnivores. No