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There are some 50 different breeds of rabbit in the Netherlands and they can be differentiated mainly through the colour and length of their coat, their build and their size. While every rabbit has its own character, it’s fair to say that as a rule smaller rabbits are more lively and of a more nervous disposition. The most commonly used categorisation of breed is based on weight. A pedigree rabbit can be identified by a tattoo in its ear. But, of course, besides pedigree rabbits, there are also many types of mixed-race rabbits.
Dwarf breeds (weighing less than 2 kilos)
Pole Rabbit, Colour Dwarf, Dutch Lop-eared
Small breeds (between 2 and 3 kilos)
Such as the Hollander, Rus, Tan, Kleine Lotharinger, Thrianta
Medium-sized breeds (between 3 and 5.5 kilos)
The Rhinelander, Belgian Hare, Papillon, New Zealander, English Lop-eared and the Japanese
Large breeds (heavier than 5.5 kilos)
The Flemish Giant, German Giant and the French Lop-eared