The Siberian is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Russia. It is a large rabbit, weighing between 4-9 kg. The Siberian rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that comes in a variety of colors such as black, blue, fawn, gray, and white. The fur is soft and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Siberian rabbit has a large and powerful body, short ears and a wide head.
They are known for their docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children, and also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are also known for their good meat production and fast growth rate. They are relatively large rabbits and require plenty of space to move around and a healthy diet to maintain their size.
Due to its large size, Siberian rabbits are not suitable for small living spaces or as indoor pets. They are also not recommended for first-time rabbit owners or those who are not prepared to take on the responsibilities of caring for a large animal. However, for those who have the space and resources to provide for them, the Siberian rabbit can make a wonderful pet and a valuable addition to the rabbit breeding industry.
Please note that there is no officially recognized breed called "Siberian" rabbit. The information provided might be describing a rabbit breed that is not recognized by major rabbit breed organizations.