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The Holland Lop originated in Holland in 1964 breeding French lops with Netherland Dwarfs to reduce their size.
The most notable characteristic of Holland Lops are their drooping ears. This bunny is the smallest of the lop breeds. To differentiate from the other lop eared breeds, Holland lop bunnies have a more apple shaped head than French or Mini Lops. Additionally, the Holland Lop bunny has shorter ears with lengths approximately 11-12 inches from tip to tip.
Their appearance can be broken into two varieties: Solid (or self) and Broken colors (colors interrupted by white). The average adult can get up to about 4.5 pounds. Lengthwise, Holland Lops can tuck their legs in and become very compact balls of fluff the size of a small loaf of bread.
Holland Lop Rabbits For Sale In Maine
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