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Prolific breeders, rabbits are well adapted for surviving without help on a farm. They have evolved to fight off predators: they have long ears to aid hearing and strong hind legs for hopping in a zigzag motion; their eyes have a wide field of vision and they sleep with them open; and they live in burrows. Having said all this, they are destructive little creatures, eating their way through our vegetable plot. It’s difficult to ascertain why rabbits are kept on farms, but they are charming and symbolic animals, representing fertility and rebirth at Easter.