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Q. Myrabbithadbabbies1monthagothismornigifoundthreenewbabbies noboyswirhherwhatisgoingon

A. If you have kept doe with her litter one of her sons could fertilize her ( but it's rather uncommon because rabbits are fertile when they are 3-4 months old )

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ZANETA KRASON

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