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The French Lop originates from France and was created during the middle of the nineteenth century primarily as a meat and later for exhibition and as pets.
The French Lop is a very large rabbit, weighing more than 10lb with lop ears and an almost cubic appearance with a short thickset body and large head. The front legs are short and straight and the hind legs are carried parallel to the body. The ears are between 5 to 8 inches long.
The French Lop rabbit can produce large litters, usually between 5 and 12 with a gestation period of between 28 and 31 days. On average they give birth at 30–32 days.
“Cuddly” is the best word to describe this breed. This is the only lop-eared breed that is placed in the “giant” size category.
French Lop Rabbits For Sale In Alaska
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