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In this blog post, we will be discussing whether or not rabbits can eat watermelon and how much they should have. Rabbits are very curious creatures and will try to eat anything that they can get their paws on. This is not recommended for many reasons, but mostly because rabbits do not have the ability to properly digest a lot of different foods which upsets their stomachs. However, watermelon is safe for most bunnies! In this blog post, we will discuss how much watermelon should be given at one time as well as whether or not it’s okay for adult rabbits and baby rabbits alike. You may also want to know if you’re able to let your rabbit just roam around eating whatever it finds in its environment; while some owners feel like doing so encourages natural behaviors in animals, there are other factors worth considering before letting them go at it. Regardless, we hope this blog post has been helpful! Be sure to check back soon for some other watermelon and bunny-related content that may be of interest! Watermelons are a safe food for most rabbits if they’re given in moderation (small pieces). Adult bunnies can have a maximum of one cup per day while baby bunnies should only consume half as much. The key is not giving them too much all at once so their stomach doesn’t get upset from the overabundance of sugar or any potential pesticides on the outside. Additionally, you shouldn’t let your rabbit roam around eating anything without supervision because even though it’s natural behavior, some foods could make him sick like onions

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