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- Cottontails are very social, living in large burrows called warrens.They spend most of their lives on 10 acres or less.
- With a short white cottonball tail, the cottontail rabbit is distinct from its larger, longer-eared cousin, the jackrabbit.
- In a short lifespan of only 12 - 15 months, cottontails can raise as many as 6 litters in a year.
- Normally slow, cottontail rabbits can run at speeds of 18 miles per hour, zigzagging to confuse and elude predators.