Rabbits are able to see nearly 360 degrees around. This is because their eyes are very large and are situated high on the sides of their head.
Cats are fast and can travel at speeds of up to 31 mph, but rabbits are even faster. Rabbits have been clocked at 35 mph.
A group of rabbits is referred to as herd. A herd of rabbits lives in a warren, which usually has a network of burrows that interconnects underground.