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The Rabbit (Animal Lives) by Sally Tagholm
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The Rabbit (Animal Lives)

by Sally Tagholm

Other authors: Bert Kitchen (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753452146, Hardcover)

The realities of life in the wild for the rabbit -- being hunted by foxes and other predators, competing for food and mates -- are very different than those of its domesticated counterparts. Any child who adores the cuddly, furry bunnies of picture book lore, will appreciate this privileged look at the life of this appealing and shy animal. Finely detailed artwork, and an absorbing text make this an excellent gift or a treasured addition to any child's wildlife library.

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Describes how the European rabbit, now found on every continent, burrows, breeds, feeds, plays, and lives.

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