The Rabbit plague was in Australia and the disease was known as "Calicivirus Disease."
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No you can't
a deadly virus that kills all Mexicans (released to control mass rabbit orgies)
Rabbit Fever is a deadly disease that requires immediate hospitalization.
Advantages of the rabbit calicivirus areit kills the rabbits
Rabbit Hole was released on 12/17/2010.
Myxomatosis - was a man-made disease introduced into the wild rabbit population - to control their numbers more effectively than shooting or trapping.
what is the name of the rabbit disease
Rabbit-Proof Fence was released on 11/29/2002.
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit was released 7 October 2005 .
rabbit,horses,deer and sheep
definitely. Disease thrives in waste
Myxomatosis (sometimes shortened to "myxi" or "myxo") is a disease which affects rabbits. It is caused by the Myxoma virus. First observed in Uruguay in the late 1800s. It was introduced illegally to Egypt in 1842 and as a result spread to the rest of Africa. It was deliberately introduced into Australia in 1950 in an attempt to control rabbit infestation and population there; see rabbits in Australia. It was also deliberately introduced in the UK to try and reduce the rabbit population after World War II.
Your rabbit probably has a broken back. it causes loss of function in the hind legs followed by lack of bladder control and bowel control. You should probably put the rabbit down before it suffers that much.
An environmental condition could be lack of protection from mosquitoes. My rabbit died from myxametosis (disease that is spread by mosquitoes).
Many diseases can affect all pets. Myxamitosis is the most well known rabbit disease, fatal if caught, but i would be surprised to find this in a pet. Even in the wild i think it was mostly eradicated.xx
Rabbit Fire, released in 1951.
Yes they can. it depends a lot on what country your from on what kind of diseases.
no go eat a rabbit
They help to control the rodent and rabbit populations.
It depends on the breed, health, and how well you take care of the rabbit. The average rabbit lifespan is seven to nine years, but some breeds live longer than others. For example, the average Tan lives for five to seven years, but the average Thrianta lives from seven to ten years. And, obviously, if you do not take proper care of your rabbit or if the rabbit has a disease or his immune system has been weakened by a past disease, the rabbit will not live as long.
No, humans can't get myxomatosis, but they can spread the disease from one rabbit to another - you can prevent this by washing and changing clothes.