Baladi rabbits are native to the Middle East, specifically the region of Balad in Iraq. They are known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to harsh environments. They are a medium-sized breed, with a weight range of around 6-8 lbs. They have a short, dense fur that can come in a variety of colors such as black, white, brown or gray. They are not considered to be a commercial breed but can be used for meat and fur.
They are known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to harsh environments. They are also known for their docile and friendly nature and make great pets. However, due to their origin and rarity, the Baladi rabbit may not be as well-known or widely available as other breeds.