How Big Does a Rabbit Grow?

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The biggest Lop rabbits, such as the French Lop can grow very big, up to nearly 7 kg. The English Lop is not quite as big, but has very long ears, up to 50 cm long. English rabbits, also known as English Spot rabbits, are easy to recognise with their distinctive markings. These are gentle and friendly, but very active rabbits that need lots of exercise, and grow up to 3.6 kg.
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