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Rabbit Breeds

Quiz on ARBA breeds of rabbits

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The smallest Full Arch body type breed Brittania Petite
This breed looks like it has two black eyes Blanc de Hotot
This breed was developed to provide a smaller rabbit for laboratory use and provide a small fryer.They were developped by crossing an albino Dutch, a white Polish and a New Zealand. Florida White
Distinct dark color markings on nose,ears,feet and tail. The only Cylindrical body type breed. Himalayan
Breed developed by crossing the Netherland Dwarf and the French Angora. The result is an ideal small pet rabbit (3 lbs) with a beautiful very easy-to-care-for coat producing wool. This is now a popular pet breed and comes in a variety of colors. Jersey Wooly
These are small rabbits with short ears that touch each other all the way to the tips. Due to their small size, it is often confused with the Netherland dwarf, although the is a little larger and the head is not as rounded. Polish
This breed is named for the extremely soft texture of its wool. It has no furnishings on face, ears, or feet, and it is also easy to groom compared to the varities Satin Angora
This breed has unique fur, dense, plush and velvet-like, this recessive trait and causes the hair to protrude outwards from the body, instead of lying flat, and the guard hairs to be shortened to the length of the undercoat. Rex or Mini Rex
This breed originated in Flanders hundreds of years ago.These gentle giants are docile and very affectionate. They do require more cage space and a solid floor for part of their cage.At 14 to 21 pounds they are as big as a small dog or big cat. Flemish Giant
Cross between Polish & small wild rabbit. Wide variety of colours & patterns. Many color varieties. Short, compact body. Ears well furred, erect but seem too short for head. Fur is of a roll back nature. Weigh less than 2 1/2 lbs. Netherland Dwarf
This full arch rabbit with colour on butterfly nose, chain markings, cheek spot, coloured ears & herringbone stripe. Amazingly quick growers, with excellent dress-out at an early age. Weigh 5-8 lbs. English Spot
Medium rabbit weighing between 3.5 and 5.5 lbs, was actually developed in England. Characteristic color markings of white on forelegs & another darker color on hindquarters and ears and around eyes. Dutch
These rabbits are known for their large, muscular bodies. Bucks weigh between 8 and 10 pounds, while does can weigh between 9 and 12 pounds. A good meat pen choice.The breed has four accepted colors: ruby eyed white, black, red and broken. New Zealand
The rabbit is white with color on the nose, ears, feet, legs, and tail. The eyes are pink. Varieties: Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac.The body color is white. The ears, nose, feet and tail are as dark a black or blue as possible. Himalayan
This wool bearing breed has no wool on their head,face, ears or feet.The wool has a higher percentage of guard hair to underwool, which makes it easier to care for. The fur is valued for its fiber qualities for handspinning. Mature weight its 8-10 pounds. French Angora
This breed gets it's name from the special fur that makes it's coat different from all other breeds. The breed has translucent hair shafts that reflect light and give it's coat a unique shine. The average adult weight ranges from 8.5 to 12 lbs Satin
The body is medium in length and is rounded. The coloring makes it unique. White with black on the nose, ears, feet, legs, and tail. Pink eyes. are generally fairly calm. Males: 8 to 10 pounds, Females: 8 1/2 to 10 1/2 pounds Californian
Designed as a larger meat type rabbit. Babies are born black, and begin to "silver out" around 8 weeks of age, growing to about 9.5-12 pounds. Champagne D'Argent
This breed is most noted by their characteristically long lop ears, which can average 22 inches, the largest of any rabbit breed, which reach the end of their growth after 6 months of age. English Lop
With an ideal weight of 3.0 - 4.0 lbs , this stocky, muscular-appearing breed, is characterized by broad shoulders, deep chests, and short thick legs.Many color varieties, loved by children for their ears and round face. Holland Lop
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