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Do rabbits sleep through the night?

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No, rabbits don't sleep all through the night. They are actually crepuscular which means they are most active at dawn and dusk (they do this in the wild to stay away from predators who are either nocturnal or diurnal), but they don't sleep all night. read more

Rabbits can learn to sleep through a certain amount of everyday noise but don't try to cuddle them in their den or get them out for a play - the result is likely to be a grumpy rabbit who is then less willing to socialise with you during its naturally active times. read more

Many sleep experts suggest turning off the television set, radio or computer at least an hour before bedtime to improve your ability to sleep through the night. Too much visual or audio stimulation shortly before bedtime can keep your brain active for hours, which is not conducive for good sleep. read more

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