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Giant Angora Rabbit Category: Rabbit Facts about Giant Angora Rabbits. The Giant Angora Rabbit is the biggest of all the domestic Angora Rabbit breeds, which was developed by a rabbit breeder, Louise Walsh, of Taunton, Massachusetts. The Giant Angora Rabbit breed was developed chiefly for wool-production by feeding it an alfalfa based feed and hay. "Scientific name for Giant Angora Rabbit is Oryctolagus cuniculus". "Fear of Rabbits Leporiphobia". All rabbit breeds are "lagomorphs" various plant-eating mammal of the order Lagomorpha ; a hare, rabbit, or pika. The Giant Angora Rabbits are capable of living in the normal size all wire cages, meant for commercial rabbit breeds. Louise Walsh created a new rabbit breed from French Lops, German Angoras, and Flemish Giants to generate an entirely dissimilar body type, which he called as the Giant Angora Rabbit. This 6-class rabbit breed is considered a showy rabbit by most of the rabbit breeders. Featu
This message is especially for our rabbit brethren who have grapes in Punjab, or who have fancy rabbits on their roofs.  Because it's starting to heat up  Understanding the difficulties of such brothers, some safeguards are being put in place to protect the rabbits from the heat. 1. Place a piece of marble in your rabbit cage that is about x feet wide or better than the size of the cage you have.  Its feature is that it will stay cool in the shade and your rabbit will be cool by the feet and help him control his body temperature.2 2.Keep a frozen bottle of water in your rabbit cage twice a day. The rabbit will sit with it and control their body temperature. 3.Provide cold water to rabbits two to three times a day. 4.Make the rabbits ventilate the place where they are placed and hang the sacks or sticks etc. on the side where the air is entering, and soak them two or three times a day so that the cool air inside. 5.After every fortnight, spray germs on the farm and tho