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I don’t know about palms in regards to being rabbit safe. It looks like LEL was able to find some info on that. I always had avoid anything palm because one time I offered to get some of that curled up bark they drop for someones guinea pigs. I thought they might use it like a tunnel. The person quickly told me no as it would be toxic.  So I never really looked into it for rabbits.
I tend to just pick things like willow and rose leaves, wood and petals as that’s what is around here.
My friend gives her rabbits glory vine leaves and twigs and they like it. Mine snubbed it.

I don’t know what palms you have there. I would avoid the one in the middle image though, only because it’s short stature looks similar to the sago palm.
Maybe this guide will help identify what you have?

How to Identify Palm Trees