Rabbits live in groups, which occupy systems of tunnels called a warren. Average litter size is 3-7 young. One doe can have upto 20 babies in one year, so a population can grow very fast if left unchecked.
Size: Adult male can be up to 48cm
Areas found: Agricultural land, medows and grass areas
Signs of infestations: Live rabbits, dead rabbits, droppings and borrows.