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She is adorable!. She doesn't look younger than 7 weeks to me. Having her in your room where it's quiet and safe feeling for her is good, however, your other bunny may have the natural reaction of wanting to defend his territory since this is not a neutral zone. So he could start marking. Some bunnies may even get agitated or aggressive toward you temporarily. It's not really against YOU, but the scent of another bunny may trigger that reaction. But if that dies down and doesn't worsen, then allowing them to just get used to each other's scent and seeing each other even if they don't get in contact may be a good. You do have to be careful of them being able to bite each other if they can come in contact with each other through cage bars. (depends on how big the cage bar spacing is). But rabbits can do damage to each other's face through bars if they decide they don't like each other right away. So just keep an eye on that.
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