Is the following "normal' when raising rabbits. The litter in question is my 5th (living) litter, so I'm no expert. A doe gave birth a few days ago to her 3rd litter after what I considered was a long pregnancy...but I had no real way to know when the mating took. She kindled 8 living kits and no dead ones. we checked all the babies and offered them a chance to nurse (we always do this - right or wrong - we do...I like to see if they will nurse or be weak...etc.....) 2 odd things were noticed - Each of the babies were born with a Green Scab covering their pee and poop openings and 2 of the babies were weak and nursed poorly. I removed the green scabs manually - nothing looked raw or malformed under them 1.5 Day old - check and offered chance to nurse - could only locate 7 babies....found dead "deflated" baby in nest with brownish crusty dried stuff on its back end and back legs. and 1 baby still would not nurse. even when offered drops of mothers milk on lips, it would not try to suck but it was moving around and not very thin next morning the weak baby was found dead in nest and it had the same brownish crusty dried stuff on its back end and back legs. The 6 living ;litter mates had the dried crusty brown stuff all over their bodies in random places but all seemed to act normal. Does any of this mean anything? Is it normal? Are they signs of a problem with the entire litter?