Rabbit Breeds

Its scientific name is Oryctolagus cuniculus, but did you know that there are 305 different breeds of domestic rabbits?  In this section you will find information about the different breeds that you are likely to come across, learn their similarities and their peculiarities, and find out which breeds make the best pets.

Colorful Representation of Different Breeds of Bunnies
Colorful Representation of Different Breeds of Bunnies
golden-glavcot-rabbit

Golden Glavcot Rabbit

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The Golden Glavcot Rabbit has a unique and beautiful coat that consists of a broad band of slate, which gradually merges into a brown shade, and is tipped with light roan. The body is interspersed with dark brown, and there is a lighter shade of brown on the nape of the neck.


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Giza White Rabbit

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Giza White rabbits are medium-sized breeds that originated in Egypt. They typically weigh between 5-8 pounds and have erect ears, which contribute to their distinctive appearance. Often used for meat production, their friendly nature and striking looks have also made them a popular choice as pets.


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German Lop Rabbit

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The German Lop Rabbit is a large, cobby breed, known for its distinct floppy ears and well-rounded physique. Its body is stocky and well-muscled, giving it a compact and muscular appearance. Adults can reach a sizable weight and are generally broader in comparison to some other rabbit breeds.


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Gabali Rabbit

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The Gabali rabbit is a rare breed originally from Egypt. It has been primarily bred as a meat breed by the Bedouins. Weight and body size vary in rabbits, with factors such as breed playing a significant role in determining these attributes. Gabali rabbits, being bred for meat, usually have a larger body size and heavier weight compared to many other rabbit breeds.


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Florida White Rabbit

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The Florida White rabbit has remained popular due to its docile and gentle nature, making it an excellent choice for families with children. Its distinct size, larger than a Polish rabbit but smaller than a New Zealand rabbit, has also helped it stand out as a unique breed.


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Dwarf Hotot

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The Dwarf Hotot Rabbit is a small and unique-looking breed, characterized by its distinctive appearance. It is known for its predominantly white coat and contrasting eye bands, which earned it the nickname “Eyeliner Bunny.”


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Nippon Rabbit

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The Nippon Rabbit, also known as the Japanese Rabbit, is a unique and culturally significant creature in Japan. With various breeds and distinct features, these rabbits hold a special place in the hearts of the Japanese people and have even gained popularity worldwide.


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English Spot Rabbit

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The English Spot Rabbit is a medium-sized breed, with their weight averaging between 5 to 8 pounds. These rabbits are known for their distinct markings, which include a butterfly nose, eye circles, cheek spots, herringbone, colored ears, and a chain of spots.


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English-lop-rabbit

English Lop Rabbit

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The English Lop is a fancy breed of domestic rabbit that was developed in the 19th century through selective breeding in England. It is believed to be the first breed of lop rabbit created by humans, and it may be one of the oldest breeds of domestic rabbit.


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