About European Rabbit
The European Rabbit eats grass and crops. Many farmers consider it to be a pest. This is due to the speed at which they breed; all these rabbits can cause a lot of damage to farms. They usually live in burrows where they will stay during the daytime. At the end of the day, they come out to feed and will spend the night outside. If they sense danger, a European rabbit will strike the ground with its back feet. This alerts other rabbits to the danger. There are more than 60 varieties of domestic rabbits.