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5 Of The ODDEST Rabbit Breeds!

Updated: Sep 19, 2020

Rabbits: The cutest, most adorable living things on earth? When you hear the name “rabbit”, what species do you think of? You may think of the Holland Lop, a very popular rabbit that many know of. When you’re out exploring nature, you may see a plain, regular rabbit out eating some grass! This is just called “rabbit”. There are some rabbits you probably didn’t even know EXISTED! In this blog post, we’ll go through 5 of the ODDEST rabbits!


  1. Angora Rabbit - The Angora rabbit is one of the oldest types of rabbit breeds! They are large, fluffy balls of fur and it is common that you can just barely see their eyes! These rabbits are known for their soft fur and unusual bodies.

  2. Flemish Giant Rabbit - Flemish Giant Rabbits are considered the largest rabbit of the species! Originating from Flanders, these rabbits are either domesticated or used for their fur and meat.

  3. Lionhead Rabbit - Lionhead rabbits are an adorable breed of rabbits and there’s definitely history behind their name! Lionheads get their name from the way they grow their fur. They grow a mane, which looks like a lion’s mane, around their heads! Talk about legitimate naming!

  4. Blanc De Hotot Rabbit - these white rabbits are medium-sized rabbit breeds originating from France. Unlike other rabbits, their fur is very thin. They have spectacle-like dark rings around each eye, which makes them very unique. They eventually spread throughout North America and Europe by the 1920s.

  5. Silver Marten Rabbit - The Silver Marten Rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit. Although they are raised to compete in pet shows and agricultural shows, these rabbits are known as lovable and charming pets. They originate from Europe.



There are so many more rabbits - some even undiscovered - and so much more we have to learn about them!










Pictured below is a Holland Lop Rabbit, one of the most popular rabbit breeds.



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