Produced by an oak tree the acorn is also known as an oak nut.
Within the leathery textured shell is a single seed. It measures roughly between 1 – 4 cm wide and 1 – 6 cm long.
So can rabbits eat acorns at all?
No, they cannot eat acorns.
Acidic content is highly toxic for rabbits and therefore should be avoided.
This means that if a rabbit were to eat an acorn it would make them sick because of the high acidic levels in acorns.
Make sure you avoid acorns all together when it comes to your rabbit.