Top 10 Largest Rabbits In The World

Chinchilla:Reaching a weight of around 6kg (13 lbs), Chinchilla rabbits are a large breed that originated in France before it was introduced to the US in 1919 where the American Chinchilla rabbit was developed. 

English Lop:Thought to be one of the oldest breeds of domestic rabbits, the English Lop can grow to around 5.5kg (12 lbs).  They can be a variety of colors, both solid (black, blue, and fawn) and with white patches.

Blanc de Bouscat:These stunning white rabbits originated in Bouscat in France in 1906, and as their relatives were French Angoras it has one of the silkiest coats that can be found on any rabbit today. 

Hungarian Giant:The Hungarian Giant is a breed of rabbit that was developed more than two hundred years ago by breeding commercial meat rabbits with wild rabbits. 

Flemish Giant:They are fully grown by a year and a half old and, despite their size, these colossal rabbits are really just gentle giants as they have a particularly calm nature that makes them fabulous pets for anyone who has got the room to accommodate them. 

British Giant:A relative of the Flemish Giant, the British Giant is one of the biggest breeds of rabbit in the UK, weighing between 6 and 7 kilos (up to 15 pounds). 

Continental Giant:Their coats can be extremely thick and grow to around 4cm (1.6 inches) long.  Due to their large size and muscular body, they were originally bred for meat, but nowadays they are usually only pets. 

French Lop:Easily able to reach a weight of 6kg (13 lbs), the French lop is actually a cross between the English lop and a French Butterfly.

Spanish Giant: It was originally bred by crossing the Flemish Giant with other large Spanish rabbits, and the result is a huge, friendly bunny that is quite often the size of a small lamb.

Giant Papillon:Originating in France, the Giant Papillon is also known as the Checkered Giant and usually weighs between 5 and 6 kilos (up to 13 pounds).

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