| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||44 - 50 cms (17 - 20 inches)
||4 - 5 cms (1.6 - 2 inches)
||2 - 3 Kgs (4.4 - 8.8 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
||Up to 4 Yrs
Bunyoro Rabbits have a body length between 44 and 50 cms (17 - 20 inches), a tail length between 4 and 5 cms (1.6 - 2 inches) and they weigh between 2 and 3 kgs (4.4 - 8.8 lbs). They are grey brown in colour with a pale coloured underside.
Bunyoro Rabbits can be found in the low grasslands and scrublands of Africa.
Bunyoro Rabbits feed on grasses, tubers, forbs and shrubs.
Bunyoro Rabbits breed throughout they year and they will produce several litters annually. After a gestation period of 28 - 40 days, they will give birth to an average of 2 young, but they can have up to 4 young per litter.
The youngsters are weaned at 3 - 6 weeks and they reach sexual maturity at 3 months old.
Predators of the Bunyoro Rabbit include cats, genets, baboons, birds of prey and owls.
There are no recognized subspecies of the Bunyoro Rabbit.
Bunyoro Rabbits are also known as:
Central African Rabbit