Do Rabbits Stop Eating When Full?

As grazing animals, rabbits. Grasses, wildflowers, edible plants, clover, twigs, and bark make up the majority 

of their diet in the wild. They consume food continuously throughout the day and, given the option,

will probably choose tastier, higher-calorie options. This raises the question of whether rabbits experience 

fullness and if they will stop eating until they get hungry again. When they are full, rabbits do

recognize it. They cannot, however, vomit if they eat too much or if they take in something unhealthy. Whatever the rabbit

eats stays with it until it leaves its digestive system. To make sure their digestive systems are functioning correctly, rabbits should feed nearly constantly.

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