The rabbit is the only extant species of the Oryctolagus genus, which belongs to the Leporids family. There are different varieties of rabbit, each classified according to their size and color. The dwarf lionhead rabbit is the smallest, weighing approximately 2 kg, while there are also so-called giant varieties, some weighing up to 8 kg.
Rabbits are sociable animals that enjoy being part of a group and learning about the world by nibbling and exploring. They are used to living a crepuscular life, coming out of their burrows (usually underground) at dawn and dusk to search for food.
Fun fact: rabbits produce two types of droppings: one is hard and made up waste materials for disposal, while the other is soft, expelled at specific times of the day, then re-ingested by the animal.