Members of the rabbit family are native to every continent in the world except Australia and Antarctica. In North America, the main types of native rabbits are the cottontails, nine species of which are found north of Mexico. The rabbits usually kept as pets, however, are domestic animals descended from European rabbits. European rabbits have been introduced to many parts of the world where they are now considered an invasive species. Their introduction has been particularly problematic in places like Australia and New Zealand, where no members of the rabbit family existed previously.
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