Why Do Rabbits Growl?

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A rabbit will growl mostly when it's angry, and it’s a sign that you should be careful around it. If the ears are pointed backwards and are lowered, then the rabbit is definitely angry. If a rabbit does this, you should try figuring out what's making it angry, but don't provoke it because you might get bitten.
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