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Life Cycle of a Rabbit: Lesson for Kids

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What kind of animal is a rabbit?

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1. What does it mean when an animal is able to breed?

2. What does 'geriatric' mean?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You will need to know facts about baby and very old rabbits to answer the questions found in this quiz/worksheet combo. Take the quiz as many times as you would like to make sure you know all about rabbits and their life cycle.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For this quiz, you need to be familiar with:

  • The kind of animal a rabbit is
  • What it means when an animal is ready to breed
  • The meaning of the word 'geriatric'
  • How long pet rabbits live
  • At what age baby rabbits begin to grow fur

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - make sure you understand words used in the lesson, such as geriatric and breed
  • Information recall - remember how long pet rabbits live and when baby rabbits grow fur
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to explain what kind of animal a rabbit is

Additional Learning

If you want to know more about the lives of rabbits, then hop over to the lesson titled Life Cycle of a Rabbit: Lesson for Kids. You will learn:

  • What baby rabbits are called
  • How old baby rabbits are when they no longer need their mothers
  • The age at which rabbits are considered young adults
  • How a rabbit's eating habits change when they are young adults
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