Question by  LisaLisa (122)

Will a mother rabbit move her babies?


Answer by  Valentine62 (2131)

If we are talking about a wild mother rabbit, she may move them ever so often to keep predators from picking up the scent of her babies.


Answer by  kfwyatt (138)

If she feels they are in danger she may move them. If humans try to handle the babies or disturbs their nest she may move them as well.


Answer by  anamaradancer (114)

A mother rabbit will not move her babies until they are old enough to "expolore" outside the nest. THe exception would be if she feels the nest is not safe, or something is wrong with it. It is very common for a mother rabbit with too many babies to pick the weakest one and pull it away to starve.


Answer by  pappu (170)

Most rabbits in general, will not move their babies. and with wild rabbits, if the mom thinks a predator touching the nest, she will abandon her babies.


Answer by  JessiTara (19)

A mother rabbit will move her babies. This is especially common if she feels that her babies are in any form of danger.

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