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Harlequin Rabbit

Harlequin Rabbit


Other name:
 Japanese Harlequin Rabbit;
Magpie Harlequin Rabbit

Scientific name: Oryctolagus cuniculus

Country / Place of origin: France

History: The Harlequin Rabbit was developed in France in the 1800's from Dutch Rabbits with tortoiseshell colored fur. Two varieties were bred, one called the Japanese Rabbit, and the other called the Magpie Rabbit.

The Harlequin Rabbit is recognized by the British Rabbit Council (BRC), and by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBC).

Reviews
Owners say:
Wonderful:
great temperments, Gorgeous Rabbits, favorite pet rabbit, beautiful colors, nice tempered rabbits
Challenging:
heat stroke, extreme heat
Interesting:
solid stripes, separate variations lilac, japanese group, varieties, great foster mothers
Overall review
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4.6 (14)
CowgirlKacy
We bought a Harlequin Rabbit from a poultry and small...
Review by: CowgirlKacy (33) 4 days ago
  • Currently 100
3.25
1 photo
auroradewater
Originally given to me as a way to raise fur for craf...
Review by: auroradewater (30) February 11, 2015 21:43
  • Currently 100
4.25
MrsHaywood
Hera is our beautiful girl. I always say Scout looks ...
Review by: MrsHaywood (7) January 14, 2015 14:04
  • Currently 100
5.00
3 photos
Helen-2014
Review by: Helen-2014 (0) May 25, 2014 14:01
  • Currently 100
5.00
Tiff
Harlequin rabbits tend to be very healthy in the prop...
Review by: Tiff (1) February 28, 2013 16:53
  • Currently 100
5.00
Heartwarming (1 video)
Bumblee just sittin' there
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Caring for (1 video)
Timber the Harlequin Rabbit
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