Rabbits create dens called forms in which they hide their young. These shelters also protect rabbits from inclement weather and predation by other animals. By creating these forms, rabbits bend the grass out of position and sometimes break the blades. Additionally, they may import grass from other spots in the yard and mat down or thatch the grass into a desirable form, resulting in brown spots.

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  2. Wow, now that’s something I had never heard.

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  3. I had never heard of that before. Interesting.

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