How do rabbits communicate with each other?



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    Rabbits communicate in a variety of ways, including by thumping their back legs against the ground, grinding their teeth, jumping in a variety of acrobatic ways, licking things, and flattening out or flopping onto the ground. Each expresses the mood of the rabbit in a different way: generally, the more expressive they are the happier they are. rabbits are also capable of honking, grunting, squealing, or even screaming, most of these sounds being sounds of distress, anger, or fear

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