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The smallest rabbit breed is the Netherland dwarf, which weighs between 1.75 and 2.5 pounds when fully grown, according to Rabbit Breeds. Individual weights tend to vary, so an exceptionally large Netherland dwarf may we... More »

Adult domestic rabbits can have a healthy weight ranging from 2 to 11 pounds, depending on the breed. Wild rabbits, such as the Eastern cottontail, may weigh between 1 and 3 pounds. More »

The snowshoe hare is scientifically classified as a member of the kingdom Animalia, phylum Chordata, Mammalia class, Lagomorpha order, Leporidae family and Lepus genus. The scientific name for the snowshoe hare is the Le... More »

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Adult domestic rabbits can have a healthy weight ranging from 2 to 11 pounds, depending on the breed. Wild rabbits, such as the Eastern cottontail, may weigh between 1 and 3 pounds. More »

According to Rabbit Breeds, French Lop rabbits are a favorite companion pet breed, mostly due to their laid back and affectionate personality. The Mini Plush Lop is another breed noted as having an affectionate tempermen... More »

Wild cottontail rabbits usually mature at around 2 to 3 pounds. Some domestic breeds of rabbit mature at 12 to 14 pounds or even larger. For example, the Flemish Giant usually reaches around 14 pounds, but occasionally c... More »

The British Giant Rabbit weighs 12 to 15 pounds at maturity and has a long body with a broad back, full cheeks and long, erect ears. The rabbits have smooth, medium-length coats that are white, black, opal, blue or steel... More »