Belgian Hare- Despite its name, the Belgian hare is actually a rabbit, not a hare. However, its appearance is similar to hare which is long legs and long ears.
Britannia Petite- The Britannia Petite is said originated from small wild rabbits and is known for having a wild temperament. They're one of the most unique rabbits in the Standard of Perfection, which are known for their very distinctive poses.
Californian- This rabbit looks like a Siamese cat with its white coat and dark brown tipped ears, nose, feet and tail. The Californian was initially bred from crosses between Chinchilla, Himalayan, and New Zealand rabbits in the 1920s, with the intent of creating a better commercial meat rabbit.
Enderby Island- The Enderby Island Rabbit is a rare breed derived from a small population of rabbits of uncertain origin isolated on a sub-Antarctic island in New Zealand's Auckland Islands group for 130 years. It's silver-grey in color, with a dark slate-blue undercoat, and dark, sometimes black, ears, nose and tail.
Hotot- The Hotot was developed in Hotot-en-Auge. It's a large rabbit with a white coat and black rings around its eyes.
p.s. Lately I felt a little bit tired trying to prepare my research proposal and don't really have a good time to surf the internet and read your blog (yesss...you who're reading and commenting on my blog) since the connection is still sucks. By the way, I'm trying my best to read all the post since the last day I read, especially the informative one. For all who read my post, follow and commenting on this blog, thank you for supporting me and rabbit in the web. Wish you all Happy New Year 2011 :)