Did you know that swamp rabbits hide during the day?
Swamp rabbits are large rabbits with thick dark brown, rusty brown, or black fur, white tails, and white throats.
Least Concern - Population Decreasing
Swamps, marshes, floodplains, and river tributaries
Swamp rabbits mate from February to August. Swamp rabbits give birth to two or three litters of up to six kittens.
Grasses, shrubs, and twigs
Swamp rabbits forage from dusk until dawn. They also forage during the day after and between rains.
Swamp rabbits are often confused with eastern cottontails because both rabbits are brown.
Swamp rabbits are dark brown or rusty brown. Eastern cottontails are gray-brown or red-brown,
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