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The Rhinelander rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originated in Germany. They are known for their distinctive color pattern, which consists of a white base color with red, black and blue markings. The Rhinelander rabbit is a medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2.5 - 4.5 kg. They have a compact body, with short ears, and a wide head.
The Rhinelander rabbit has a short, dense fur that is soft to the touch. Their fur is white with red, black and blue markings on their ears, face, legs, and tail. The breed is recognized by major rabbit organizations such as the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) and the British Rabbit Council (BRC).
The Rhinelander rabbit is known for its friendly and docile nature, making them a great pet for families with children. They are also known for their good meat production and fast growth rate.
The Rhinelander rabbit was created in Germany in the early 20th century by crossing several different breeds to create a rabbit with a unique color pattern. They were first imported to the United States in the 1920s, and have been kept and shown in the United States ever since.