Lychees are the fruit of a subtropical fruit tree of the same name and is native to Guangdong and Fijian provinces of China. It is now cultivated in many different parts of the world.
As a fruit it has a delicate white pulp and has a fragrant smell and a flavour that is sweet.
So can rabbits eat lychees at all?
Let’s take a look by checking out the nutritional data in particular its calcium, sugar, phosphorus, acidic, fat, fibre, and sodium content.
As you can see lychees contain a hint of calcium, phosphorus, fat and fibre, quite a bit of acidic content but a lot of sugar.
This means that rabbits can eat lychees but only one a week due to their sugar content. It contains too much sugar for rabbits to eat too much of them. However they will enjoy them.