Domestic rabbit
A domestic rabbit or more commonly known as simply the rabbit is any of the several varieties of European rabbit that have been domesticated.Domestic rabbits have been used as sources of food and wool...
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List of rabbit breeds
Rabbit breeds are different varieties of the domestic rabbit created through selective breeding or natural selection. Breeds recognized by organizations such as the American Rabbit Breeders' Associati...
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Tan rabbit
The Tan rabbit is a small fancy breed of rabbit shown throughout the world. While originally from England, in recent years they have gained popularity in the United States. Tans come in four varieties...
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Mini Rex
Mini Rex is a rabbit breed derived from in France in the late 19th century. The Rex mutation is recessive and causes the hair to protrude outwards from the body, instead of lying flat, and the guard ...
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Jersey Wooly
The Jersey Wooly is a breed of Domestic rabbit weighing about 3 pounds with a bold head and easy-care wool fur on their body. They are noted for their docile nature, and gentle disposition.
Bonnie...
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French Lop
French Lop is a popular breed of domestic rabbit that was first developed in France in the 19th century out of selective breeding between the English Lop and the Flemish Giant. The French Lop differs ...
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Rabbit show jumping
Rabbit show jumping is modeled after horse show jumping, only on a much smaller scale to suit rabbits. Competitions have been held in several European countries.
Rabbit jumping started in Sweden ...
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Blue of Sint-Niklaas
Blue of Sint-Niklaas (Dutch:Sint-Niklase Blauwe) is a Flemish rabbit breed. It has been bred since the 19th century, near the city of Sint-Niklaas, to supply the local fur-industry, and is thereby one...
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Polish rabbit
The Polish Rabbit is a small breed of domestic rabbit.
Despite the name, the Polish rabbit is thought to have originated in England from the common white hutch rabbit, but the exact origins of t...
New Zealand white rabbit
New Zealand White Rabbits are a breed of rabbit,which despite their name are commonly known to have been developed in the US. The original breeds that were used are unknown, but Suarez are believed t...
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American Fuzzy Lop
The American Fuzzy Lop is a rabbit breed recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA). It is similar in appearance to a Holland Lop. However, the American Fuzzy Lop is a wool breed an...
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American Sable
The American Sable is a rabbit breed recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA).
The American Sable is a result of Chinchilla rabbit crosses. Sables are identical to Chinchilla ...
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Dutch rabbit
The Dutch rabbit, easily identifiable by its characteristic colour pattern, was once the most popular of all rabbit breeds. However, after dwarf rabbits were developed, the popularity of the Dutch rab...
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Dwarf rabbit
Dwarf rabbits comprise the smallest domestic rabbit breeds, most frequently due to the effects of a single dwarfing gene.
Netherland Dwarfs are usually the breed most people think of when the topi...
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House rabbit
A house rabbit is a pet domestic rabbit kept for companionship that lives inside its owner's home. House rabbits can be trained to use a litter box and can live as long as eight to twelve years when p...
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Argente rabbit
The Argente rabbit is one of the oldest breeds of French show rabbits. The British Rabbit Council recognises five colours of Argentes: Bleu, Brun, Creme, Champagne and Noir, while the American Rabbit...
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Oolong (rabbit)
Oolong (ウーロン, Ūron)(Originated from Chinese: 烏龍) (July 28, 1994 – January 7, 2003) was a domestic rabbit owned by Hironori Akutagawa. Oolong became an Internet phenomenon through his ow...
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Holland Lop
The Holland Lop is a breed of rabbit originating in the Netherlands. The breed was recognized by the Netherlands' Governing Rabbit Council in 1964 and the American Rabbit Breeders' Association in 1979...
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Mini Lop
The Mini Lop is a very popular rabbit breed that is featured in numerous rabbit shows throughout the United States. In the USA, it is the third smallest Lop overall, the Holland lop and American fuzz...
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Flemish Giant
The Flemish Giant is a breed of domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) known for its large size.
The Flemish Giant originated in Flanders. It was bred as early as the 16th century near the city o...
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Netherland Dwarf
The Netherland Dwarf is a popular breed of domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) originating in the Netherlands. Smaller than most rabbit breeds, Netherland Dwarf rabbits weigh 500 g to 1.6...
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English Spot
The English Spot is a breed of domestic rabbit that was developed in England in the 19th century through selective breeding. Averaging 5 to 8 pounds in weight, the English Spot is a medium-sized breed...
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British Rabbit Council
The British Rabbit Council (or BRC) is a showing organisation for rabbit lovers all over the UK. The rabbit is Britain's third most popular pet.
To enter most rabbit shows, you must be a member an...
Rex rabbit
The Rex Rabbit is a breed of rabbit originating in France in 1919. Their unique, dense, plush, velvet-like fur, was caused by a mutation seen in wild rabbits in France in the late 19th century. The Re...