Rabbits belong to the order lagomorpha, along with hares and pikas. You have likely heard of rabbits and hares, but pikas may be new to you. Lagomorphs are all relatively small creatures. Rabbits and hares commonly have long ears and long back legs for bounding while pikas are stockier with small ears and small legs for scampering about. All species have some things in common. First, they have rodent-like incisors that grow continually, but unlike rodents, lagomorphs have two sets. A smaller set of incisors rests behind the large front teeth! Second, lagomorphs have a tendency to eat their feces to absorb as much nutrients from their food as possible. Some of their fecal pellets are soft and wet, and these are the ones that are re-ingested.