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Rabbits were introduced to Britain by the Normans who kept them in fenced off warrens and harvested their meat and fur.
The earliest known records of rabbits in Britain occurred during the 12th Century.
Rabbits are very adaptable and have become so successful in many areas that they are considered to be a pest.
Wild rabbits are gregarious and several hundred individuals may be found in one warren (a network of underground burrows).
They are active during dusk and dawn, but will also come out during the day in undisturbed areas.
Rabbits primarily feed on grass and leafy plants, but they will feed on bulbs, bark and twigs when food is scarce.
Before the second world war rabbits were very commonly eaten by many people.
For small numbers, cage traps are an effective method of control.

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Rabbit cage trap

Rabbit Cage Trap

£42.00

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