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About Rex Opossum RabbitsAbout Rex Opossum Rabbits




The Rex Opossum rabbit, a captivating breed renowned for its distinctive color pattern, adds a touch of elegance to the world of domestic rabbits. With a medium-sized frame weighing between 2.5 to 4.5 kg, this breed strikes a balance between substance and agility, making it a versatile choice for rabbit enthusiasts.

Adorned in a coat of short, dense fur that beckons to be touched, the Rex Opossum rabbit captivates with its unique coloration. A striking blend of white and black fur, infused with a subtle blue-gray undercoat, creates a mesmerizing tapestry of hues that sets this breed apart. The contrasting colors intertwine harmoniously, accentuating the rabbit's graceful contours and adding depth to its appearance.

While the Rex Opossum rabbit may not be formally recognized by prominent rabbit organizations such as the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) and the British Rabbit Council (BRC), its allure and charm remain undeniable. As a variation of the beloved Rex rabbit breed, the opossum pattern represents a testament to the diversity and creativity within rabbit breeding circles.

Bearing a friendly and docile disposition, the Rex Opossum rabbit thrives in family settings, enchanting children and adults alike with its gentle demeanor. Beyond its role as a cherished companion, this breed also demonstrates commendable meat production capabilities and a rapid growth rate, further enhancing its value within the rabbit community.

Rooted in the fertile breeding grounds of France during the early 20th century, the Rex rabbit emerged as a masterpiece of genetic ingenuity, blending the qualities of various rabbit breeds to create a breed with unparalleled charm and versatility. Within this lineage, the opossum variety stands as a testament to the breed's enduring legacy, captivating hearts with its mesmerizing fur pattern and endearing personality.

Rex Opossum Rabbits Associations

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