Rabbit; (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
Rabbits are a small member of the mammal family belonging to the order Lagomorpha and can be found in several parts of the world.
Males are called Bucks with females known as Doe producing offspring known as kittens.
Rabbits live in burrows called a warren producing several runs.
Rabbits are an introduced North American species in the UK originally as game sport.
Farmers crops are destroyed by rabbits and can cost thousands of thousands of pounds in damage.
Control measures are by way of gassing or by means of shooting.