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  • n. Plural form of caecotroph.


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  • These balls (caecotrophs) are formed in the blind gut (caecum) and are of vital importance to rabbits and hares, particularly in times of food shortage.32 Immediately after the balls have been excreted, they are eaten and digested for a second time in a special section of the stomach.

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