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What do rabbits sound like?
Rabbits make a variety of sounds, including clicks, warbles, and purrs.
Male rabbits make a clicking noise by rapidly protruding and retracting their tongues. This noise is thought to be used in communication, such as to warn other males of danger, or to attract mates.
Female rabbits make a warbling noise by vibrating their vocal cords. This noise is thought to be used in communication, such as to signal to their young that they are nearby.
Rabbits also make a purring noise by vibrating their throats. This noise is usually made when the rabbit is content and relaxed.