PMID: 5892995Dec 31, 1965

Rabbit: frequency of suckling in the pup

Science
M X ZarrowC O Anderson

Abstract

Rabbit does were given free access to their young, access once a day, and access twice a day. In all three groups the young were nursed only once every 24 hours. Growth curves for the pups from day 2 of age to day 30 were identical for all three groups. The restriction of suckling to once a day appears to depend on the mother and not the pups.

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