What Is the Smallest Rabbit Breed?

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The Netherland dwarf and Britania Petite, also known as polish, are the smallest breeds of rabbits in the world. Both weigh below two kilograms making them miniatures in the various breeds of the rabbit family. They are mainly used as pets for little kids.
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The three smallest breeds are. ! Britania Petite (Called Polish in the UK) 2) Netherland Dwarf. 3) Polish. hope i helped.
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Netherland Dwarf rabbit which only gets up to 2 1/2 pounds full grown is the
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Netherland Dwarf, They aren't the most social bunnies however they like to be held close to you but they would rather hop. If cared for properly they can live up to 10 years ( longest
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The Netherland Dwarf and Brittania Petite are both tied for smallest with a "Standard of Perfection" weight limit of 2.5 lbs to compete in rabbit shows.. The smallest lop
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The Netherland Dwarf is the miniature of the rabbit fancy and the smallest of all domestic rabbits. It is up to 2 1/2 pounds . It comes in a wide range of colors including self group among others.
The smallest breed of Rabbit is the Netherland dwarf which weighs about two and a half kilograms when fully grown. This is usually an average weight, as there have been cases of some individual rabbits weighing as little as 500 grams.
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