You can house-train them, do clicker training and much more
The oldest rabbit was 18 years old: 'Flopsy' was originally a wild rabbit. Under the care of its owner, it turned 18 years and 10 months and entered the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest rabbit.
Rabbits can move their ears independently in all directions. The rabbit can perceive 360 degrees of its environment without having to turn its head.
Rabbits cannot vomit: The smooth musculature of the oesophagus allows movement only in one direction. Knowing this is very important, because it demonstrates the need for a balanced diet.
Rabbits can be house-training: You can do that with a few simple tricks. Since rabbits like to use several corners for their business, their owners should set up several toilets accordingly.
Rabbits can jump high: In June 1997, "Mimrelund's Tösen" from Denmark made a jump of 99.5 cm in height and thus a jump into the Guinness Book of Records.
Rabbits can die of fear: In the wild, rabbits belong to the loot-animals. That's where their terrible nature explains it. Loud noises, sudden violent movements can cause extreme fear in the animal and lead to a fatal heart attack.
Rabbit teeth grow constantly: These are the incisors and molars, which grow back for life; the incisors grow up to 1.5-1.8 mm per week. The abrasion of the teeth takes place through a sufficient number of grinding movements during the grinding of the food. Suitable feed such as grass and hay guarantee sufficient grinding movements.
Rabbits can reproduce between the age of 4-6 months. With bigger breeds, sexually maturity begins only later. Owners who would like to avoid offspring, should therefore let its rabbits be castrated in time.
Rabbits are highly social comrades: They clean each other, eat together and like to lie next to each other.