Biggest Rabbit Ever!

Submitted by: punk_pirate 8 years ago in Misc

Well, he may not be the biggest, but at a terrifying 27 pounds (12kg), Roberto is enormous.
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Female 50
My cousin had a rabbit 2x bigger than that.
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Male 1,894
that is the third biggest bunny I have ever seen.
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Male 277
mmm would make a good stew ... i mean um AWWW ITS SO CUTEE XD
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Male 160
If Roberto was made of chocolate, i`d melt him and swim in his chocolatey goo.
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Male 256
Look mommy, Roberto made all these brown Easter Eggs... but they sure don`t taste like chocolate
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Male 172
I`d breed it, and kill the offspring. I`d love to get that much fur off one rabbit.
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Female 362
:O

That`s not a bunny, it`s a dog!

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Male 219
Boil him mash him stick him in a stew. Oh wait, those are mashed taters.
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Male 72
mmmm, i would love an chocolate bunny that size :-)
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Male 2
That breed of rabbit is called a German Giant
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Female 52
Aww! How cute! It`d be funny to see my cats reaction to it, `specially the oldest. He`d try to kill it... but this bunny`s bigger than he is! Haha! It`s cute though!
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Male 274
12kg of cuteness
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Female 231
Gimme that bunny.
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Female 683
That`s a big drating rabbit.
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Female 855
I. WANT.
My cats would probably freak, though.
Heh heh.
Bunneh.
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Male 12,365
"WTF have they been feeding it?"

Same stuff as an ordinary rabbit, just several times as much of it. They are just scaled-up rabbits. So you get a scaled-up food bill if you have one.

There`s a pretty cute video online of a giant rabbit eating away at a lettuce. A whole lettuce, not a leaf.

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Male 12,365
"can bunnies hop when they`re that big?"

You can watch one in the video I linked to. It`ll be on the previous page.

They hop in the same way as a rabbit of ordinary size. They`re far heavier, but they`re also far stronger. I think they`d be faster in a straight line but less agile.

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Female 1,653
WTF have they been feeding it?
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Female 41
you may want to check the link, iab...I clicked it and got attacked by spyware :(
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Male 266
I want to roast!
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Female 2,672
BUNNEH GET IN MAH BELLY
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Male 3,425
I would love to jump on it`s back and ride it like a horsey. Actually, I tried that with a pitbull once...
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Female 1,436
Damn you Handsompod, you beat me to it!

*Shakes fist and stomps away*

Can I have some of your stew though?

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Female 193
"rabbits quit growing at about 5 months..."

Actually, that`s not true. They stop growing after a year.

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Male 1,108
You`d need a big pot and lots of onions and carrots for that bunny.
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Male 914
he`s like the Andre the Giant of rabbits man!
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Female 103
holy crap.
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Female 54
wwaaahhhh!! it`s such a cute fattie
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Female 527
rabbits quit growing at about 5 months...
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Male 322
i must have!
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Male 15,832
I`ve seen jackrabbits in the wild bigger than that. Maybe they`re not as fat, but they`re longer and taller. If you caught one and fed it all the bunny chow it could eat for a couple of months, it would easily dwarf this guy.
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Female 528
Aw. I love giant bunnies
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Female 1,211
Holy CRAP that`s a big bunny!
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Female 193
They`re bred to be that large.
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Male 7,933
kill it for easter
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Male 914
how the hell did that thing get so big??
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Male 486
That`s a lot of bunny.
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Male 1,129
a bunny that can feed a family of four
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Female 189
can bunnies hop when they`re that big?
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Male 431
i think the turtle may have a chance in a race in this one
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Male 9,305
I want...to hug that bunny.
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Female 193
And he isn`t the biggest. There`s tons of Flemish Giants that are much larger. Proof:

http://www.bunnyblab.com/podcasts/FGnDog...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en...

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Female 193
Yeah. That`s a Flemish Giant. They`re supposed to be that large.
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Female 4,197
yeah that one, thanks jaded lol
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Female 779
Friday, April 10, 2009 4:24:47 PM
my god Angilion, your a walking dictionary!

Encylopedia is more accurate.

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Male 12,365
"my god Angilion, your a walking dictionary!"

I`d say that I`m only competent with English. These are just quick posts on an open forum, so I`m fairly casual with syntax and grammar and I restrict my vocabulary a little so that I don`t look silly.

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Female 4,197
my god Angilion, your a walking dictionary!
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Male 12,365
"aww poor guy, prolly has trouble getting around or somethin."

Just as an example of giant rabbits being able to get around without any difficulty:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDW2ZYbZT...

Note how the giant rabbit moves in the same way as the normal-sized one. As I said, giant rabbits are properly adapted to their size.

It looks like the giant rabbit could go a lot faster if they weren`t following the normal-sized rabbit. A rabbit 3 feet long probably has a fair turn of speed.

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Male 288
Thats a BIG ass bunny!!
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Female 1,142
Guys, look at it proportionally.
It`s not overweight by any means.
It`s just a big bunny.
I`ve seen ones nearly its size in the pet store before.
He`s fine.
And adorable, to boot.
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Male 12,365
"awww put the bunny on a diet!"

It doesn`t look particularly fat to me, especially when you consider its fairly thick fur. Giant rabbits are often close to that size.

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Male 12,365
Healthy giant rabbits are fine at "getting around". They`re properly adapted to their size. It`s akin to dogs. Dogs have been bred from wolves. 125lbs is big for a wolf. 200lbs is normal for an English Mastiff that`ll have no trouble sprinting, jumping fences, etc. It`s all about adaptation to increased size.
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Female 4,197
awww put the bunny on a diet!
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Male 4,793
aww poor guy, prolly has trouble getting around or somethin.
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Male 2,576
Huh. Zoo? I could have wagered it was Diagonal View.
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Male 386
I knew that Dutch people were tall, but I didn`t know EVERYTHING was oversized!

It`s something in the water.


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Female 376
I want him!!
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Female 39
thats one lucky rabbits foot.
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Male 10,440
he looks delicious.
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Male 391
holy poo
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Female 25
Link: Biggest Rabbit Ever! [Rate Link] - Well, he may not be the biggest, but at a terrifying 27 pounds (12kg), Roberto is enormous.
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