Do Rabbits have two uterus?

No, rabbits do not have two uteri (plural of uterus). Like most mammals, rabbits have a single uterus. The uterus is a reproductive organ where the fertilized eggs implant and develop into embryos.

Female rabbits, known as does, have a bicornuate uterus, which means that the uterus has two separate horn-like structures that join together at the cervix. However, there is only one uterine cavity within the uterus where the embryos develop.

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