Vote Fact or Fake? Giant Rabbits
Bunnies and stuffed animals share a lot in common, such as being soft, fluffy, and adored by children. Stuffed animals, however, come in a very large variety of shapes, colors, and sizes ranging from the small palm-sized to the gigantic 7 foot tall ones. Rabbits, on the other hand, are more limited in variety, and remain roughly within a certain size and weight range.
As is usually the case though,
there are exceptions. A breed of rabbits called Flemish Giants can grow
to extraodinary sizes. Some of these rabbits have even reached over
three feet tall and 17 - 18 pounds!
The rabbit pictured above is from Germany and belongs to a breeder named Hans Wagner. Wagner describes the hare as a gentle giant and says that he doesn't give the bunny any sort of special diet to have him grow so large.
Should you by any chance like to purchase a Flemish Giant they can be found through breeders online. A rabbit the size of a small bear will certainly surprise and entertain(or frighten) your guests.Answer: Fact or Fake
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