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  • Checkered Giant rabbit


    A mature Checkered Giant rabbit(black variety) The Checkered Giant is a breed of domestic rabbit that originated in France. One of the largest rabbit breeds, the Checkered Giant is recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA). The British Rabbit Council (BRC) does not recognize the Checkered Giant, but does recognize a comparable breed, which is named the Giant Papillon. The Checkered Giant is one of the minority of rabbit breeds with specific coat markings. The markings defined in the breed standard of the Checkered Giant differ somewhat from those in the breed standard of the Giant Papillon. For ARBA show purposes, a mature Checkered Giant buck must weigh a minimum of , and a mature doe must weigh a minimum of . ARBA does not specify a maximum weight for Checkered Giants.

  • Altex rabbit


    Altex is a breed of domestic rabbit developed, beginning in 1994, for cuniculture, specifically for the commercial meat industry. The Altex breed is not recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) or by the British Rabbit Council (BRC). The name Altex is derived from Al plus Tex, referring to this breed's initial development at Alabama A&M University and at Texas A&M University–Kingsville. The breed was developed from Flemish Giant, Champagne d'Argent, and Californian stock, and later with New Zealand White crossings. Altex rabbits weigh and have coat markings similar to the Californian rabbit: white with dark points.

  • Flemish Giant rabbit


    The Flemish Giant rabbit is a very large breed of domestic rabbit (O. cuniculus domesticus), and is normally considered to be the largest breed of the species. Flemish giants are a utility breed, and are most commonly bred for fur and meat. The breed is also known for its docile nature and patience in being handled, resulting in the animals commonly being kept as pets.

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