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That`s not a bunny, it`s a dog!
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.
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.
*Shakes fist and stomps away*
Can I have some of your stew though?
Actually, that`s not true. They stop growing after a year.
Encylopedia is more accurate.
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.
Just as an example of giant rabbits being able to get around without any difficulty:
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.
It doesn`t look particularly fat to me, especially when you consider its fairly thick fur. Giant rabbits are often close to that size.
It`s something in the water.