Can see rabbits in the dark


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How is it actually with rabbits in free housing:

Can you see something in the dark at night? So when it is very dark in the room?

If it's not pitch black, they can see a lot better than we can.
When it is pitch dark, as coal black, they use their whiskers, but see nothing and accordingly will not move much.
Wild rabbits are very rarely in complete darkness, the light from the moon alone is enough for them to "see".

if you are afraid that you will somehow get injured in the dark (I mean now when staying indoors in the dark room at night) I would plug a night light for children into the socket. I do that in the sea room too ..... also with my wellis in the room. is just safer !!!

lg

Rabbits have whiskers and can handle them very well in the dark. In addition, they remember what their enclosure looks like and can thus also hop blindly through the enclosure / room (as you can also see it with blind animals).

I therefore think that artificial light is superfluous for rabbits as well. The Nins can do that.

They jump on houses even in the dark and know where everything is. *G*

I can only confirm. My rabbits always have parties at night in my apartment, judging by the activity: rollin: Rabbits don't see that well anyway and it's also completely dark in the buildings of the Wildies * g *

so it's not very dark here,
because light shines in from outside,
But I hear my hasis doing gymnastics every night.
the food bowl is empty in the morning, the toilet is full,: girl_haha:
so see what * g *

I still leave a night light on: rollin:

It's not completely dark here either, but the two of them seem to be able to see and to orientate themselves very well. In any case, they prefer to move the whole place around at night ...: D

How is it actually with rabbits in free housing:

Can you see something in the dark at night? So when it is very dark in the room?

So I also have free housing and my rabbits get a little construction worker helmet with such a little light on the front in the evening: rollin :: girl_haha :: rw :: rw :: rw:

A little fun: friends: They can find their way around at night and it is actually quite dark for me because I have the shutters down at night too, so there is not even "night light" from outside * g *

.......... They find their way around at night and it is actually quite dark for me, because I have the shutters down at night too, so there is not even "night light" from outside * g *

So you don't turn on a night light for children, is it really dark?

So then I don't have to worry about someone getting hurt in the dark. Over the summer I didn't have any roller blinds downstairs, then it wasn't that dark. But now.

Hihi ... The topic reminds me of my mum and grandma ...: D
When feeding the Nins, they keep the light on until they have finished eating.
Her argument: "Otherwise they won't find their food!"
Sometimes my mum even leaves the light on when the nins are running around hooking the hook. She is then afraid that the two of them could run into each other somewhere in the dark and injure themselves ...: rollin :: rollin :: rollin :: girl_haha:

(But I have to say: It's never REALLY dark here. We don't have any roller blinds.)

Hihi ... The topic reminds me of my mum and grandma ...: D
When feeding the Nins, they keep the lights on until they have finished eating.

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I know that from somewhere: rw:

My mom used to be so cute and left the lights on for Fynn and Bailey when I wasn't there for a weekend because she was afraid that they wouldn't see anything in the dark. : heart :: rollin:

So you don't turn on a night light for children, is it really dark?

So then I don't have to worry about someone getting hurt in the dark. Over the summer I didn't have any roller blinds downstairs, then it wasn't that dark. But now.

No, no night light, and in 7 years of free living there have never been any problems.

It's even more difficult in the outside position. Now the garden lights are on, when we go to bed we turn them off, and the lights are back on from 6 a.m. I also have a bit of concerns, especially since the paintbrush is blind in one eye.

It's even more difficult in the outside position. Now the garden lights are on, when we go to bed we turn them off and turn them on again from 6 a.m. I also have a bit of concerns, especially since the paintbrush is blind in one eye.

But if he's blind, he can't see anything anyway?

I always think to myself that the light also controls the daily rhythm of the little ones. So if I have artificial light on all the time, they could get mixed up - that's why we don't have the light. Only when I'm with them do I naturally turn it on. Because I don't see very well in the dark. ;-)

But if he's blind, he can't see anything anyway?

I always think to myself that the light also controls the daily rhythm of the little ones. So if I have artificial light on all the time, they could get mixed up - that's why we don't have the light. Only when I'm with them do I naturally turn it on. Because I don't see very well in the dark. ;-)

Yes, but only in one eye.

I have the nins in the outside position and at night the enclosure camera is running all the time (suitable for night vision). I observe that the nins can exercise around the entire enclosure even in the dead of night without any problems. you can find your way around wonderfully even without light, think you too have much better eyes than we do and can use your tactile hair for support.
@pinsel: maybe an enclosure camera would calm you down?
LG

I have the nins in the outside position and at night the enclosure camera is running all the time (suitable for night vision).


I also think about every now and then whether I should install such a night vision compatible camera. But mostly reject the idea;) Aren't they incredibly expensive?

My mom used to be so cute and left the lights on for Fynn and Bailey when I wasn't there for a weekend because she was afraid that they wouldn't see anything in the dark. : heart :: rollin:

When I was on vacation this year, my mother actually put a radio in my room and turned on soft music for 1-2 hours because she was of the opinion that the two of them had become so scared because nobody was at home during the day. And the Nins are always frightened ...
so don't forget the human voice: rollin :: rollin :: rollin:

I also think about every now and then whether I should install such a night vision compatible camera. But mostly reject the idea;) Aren't they incredibly expensive?

i got mine for christmas 2 or 3 years ago (without wishing it, but my husband was so sorry that i always ran to the enclosure to look at the ins), i mean it cost around 150 euros .
but for me the camera was definitely worth it, i have a much better feeling, i can always see the nins. I used to run out at night so often, especially when you think a rabbit is not doing so well, then you're always tense, and the camera now shows me at any time what my nins are doing.
it's soon christmas, wish you a: rw:

LG

Very good idea. My wish list for Christmas still has a big gap :)
Thank you for your answer, bootie.

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