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The world's largest rabbit is a British continental giant weighing 55 pounds, according to Guinness World Records. This rabbit, named Ralph, claimed the title from the previous rabbit, a British continental giant named D... More »

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Rabbits are a type of mammal in the order Lagomorph, a group that also includes hares and pikas. Despite popular misconceptions, rabbits are not rodents. There are at least 30 species of rabbits on the planet and more th... More »

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The world's domesticated rabbit population is estimated at 709 million. However, there are many different species of wild rabbits that live throughout the world. Since rabbits have been introduced to many habitats to whi... More »

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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 »

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The world's domesticated rabbit population is estimated at 709 million. However, there are many different species of wild rabbits that live throughout the world. Since rabbits have been introduced to many habitats to whi... More »

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As of 2015, the biggest rabbit in the world is a gentle giant named Darius, who weighs 49 pounds and measures 4 feet 4 inches long. Darius can eat as many as 12 carrots a day, or nearly 4,000 a year. He also likes carrot... More »

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Rabbits in severe distress make a loud noise such as a scream or a howl. It means the rabbit is in great pain or is very frightened. The noise is described as sounding similar to a screaming child. More »

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