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Generally speaking, no a rabbit's tail does not grow back. I don't know how badly cut the tail injury is but treat it with some anti-biotic cream so that it won't become infected. We have raised many little and big rabbits (They do populate quickly) and that is how I would treat the wound.
I had a rabbit once that had severed his tail on some barbed wire. It was a wild rabbit that had been brought to me for rehabilitation. The tail never grew back but it did not really seem to affect the fellows personality or survival.
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