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Lionhead rabbit

Lionhead rabbit is one of the newer breeds of domestic rabbits in the United States, and has recently passed the American Rabbit Breeders' Association presentation process and has been accepted as an ARBA recognized breed in the varieties of Tortoise and Ruby Eyed White. As of February 1st, 2014 they have been eligible to show for Best in Show and receive legs of Grand Champion like any other of the accepted breeds. The Lionhead rabbit has a wool mane encircling the head, reminiscent of a male lion, hence the name. Other characteristic traits of the Lionhead include a high head mount, compact upright body type, short well-furred 2" - 3" ears, and weigh usually between 2 1/2 pounds but no more than 3 3/4 pounds.

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I have a male lionhead rabbit. His name is Simba and he is 5 months old. I love this new breed of rabbits, because they are unique when compared to other rabbits. They are unique because of the main that is around their head. On my rabbit there is a little bit of the longer fur near his bottom. They are very soft rabbits, and easy to tame for pets.

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