Whats a group of rabbits called? Asked by Calvin Gilbert A group of bunnies is called a fluffle, yes you read that right. The ever-appropriate name is used to refer to wild rabbits which can also be called a colony but why would you? Stick with fluffle.Dwyane Johnson, BA Contributor 4.4/534 ratings Rate this answer Leave your comment You may be interested inWhat is a group of bunnies together called? Fact: The gestation period of a rabbit is 28-31 days. Fact: A group of wild rabbits is called a fluffle or a colony. Fact: A group of rabbits lives in a warren. Fact: Rabbits are…Is a group of rabbits called a Fluffle? Did you know that a group of bunnies is called a fluffle? A fluffle is what our neighbors to the north, in Canada, call a group or herd of rabbits.