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15 of the world’s most adorable bunny rabbits

While the Easter bunny remains in the realm of the mythical, these rabbits are all too real – and too cute! Skyscanner brings you 15 of our favourite bunnies from around the world. Altogether now... AWWWWW.

1) As small as dynamite, as rare as pearls

The Columbian Basin Pygmy rabbit is not only the world’s tiniest breed but is also one of the rarest in the world. It was thought to have been extinct until 14 were found and rescued!

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Pygmy Bunny nosing around some easter eggs
These pygmy bunnies are small enough to fit in the palm of your hands!

2) Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro?

The Mini Lop is probably the cutest breed of the lop variety for its miniature stature, and was originally known as Klein Widder when it was first discovered in Germany in 1972. How could anyone resist their adorable floppy ears?

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Mini lop rabbit being cuddled and wearing a king hat
Did you know? Rabbit ears are 4 inches on average. Image credit: Benjamin Watson/Flickr.

3) Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow?

Considered the first breed of the lop variety, the English Lop is famous for their characteristically long ears. They can measure anywhere from 21 to 32 inches! Shh… they can hear all your secrets.

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Super long floppy ears on the English Lop
English lops have been bred in England since the mid 1800’s!

4) It’s so fluffay I’m gonna die!

More fluff, you say? The majestic Lionhead Rabbit, native to Belgium, has a faaabulous wool mane around its head – worthy of any shampoo commercial. Go on, we know you want to pet it!

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Fluffy furry Lionhead Rabbit
Did you know? Bunny babies are born with their eyes closed and no fur. Image credit: David O/Flickr

5) Fluff not enough

Do you reaaally love fluff? Up the fluff factor with the Angora rabbit! Originally from Ankara (historically known as Angora), Turkey, these bunnies were popular with royalty in the mid-18th century.

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Fluffiest of fluffs, the Angora rabbit
Hellooo is anyone in there?

6) Put me in your pocket

Who doesn’t love small animals? Especially when they’re as adorable as the Netherland Dwarf Rabbit. One of the tiniest rabbit breeds in the world, these bunnies are happiest with their buddies around, so go ahead and bring a home a bunch!

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Tiny white Netherland Dwarf Rabbits
Did you know? Rabbits live in groups called herds.

7) Abracadabra! Hocus Pocus! Poof!

We know you’d want to pull these babies out of your hat. The New Zealand White Rabbit is perhaps the most familiar breed, due to their reputation as props for stage magicians.

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New Zealand White rabbit
Snowy white coat and twitchy noses… that’s just the kind of magic we love!

8) Spottieottiedopaliscious

Love polka dots? We’ve got just the bunny for you. The English Spot sports a fashionable spotted coat that sets it apart from the other breeds. Fancy!

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Baby English Spot rabbit
It’s an itsy bitsy, teeny weeny, polka dotted bunny.

9) Patch patch patch it up

Yet another breed with a multi-colored coat, the Dutch Rabbit is one of the oldest domesticated breed of bunnies. They thrive on human interaction – perfect for those who love cuddles!

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Dutch Rabbit with black and white patches
Did you know? Rabbits are crepuscular, which means they are most active at dawn and dusk.

10) Trés chic

Want an elegant-looking bunny but won’t compromise on cute? Check out the Blanc de Hotot rabbit, first bred in France, which shows off a pure white coat – save for a band of black around its eyes. You can’t deny this cutie has character!

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close up of a Blanc De Hotot bunny
This bunny puts her eyeliner on better than I do!

11) Ginger snaps!

The New Zealand red rabbit, despite the name, originated from the United States. This breed is calm, easy-going and very friendly and has gorgeous golden-red fur.

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Two red rabbits with some flowers on a white background
These friendly rabbits are perfect for hugs!

12) Speckle and sparkle

Yet another French breed, the Harlequin bunny flaunts a dappled coat of the most fascinating hues. They also sometimes sport different colours on their faces! How awesome is that?

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Baby Harlequin Rabbit
There are two types of Harlequin rabbit coats: Japanese and Magpie.

13) Soft as velvet

Popular for their sweet personalities and velvety soft coats, the mini Rex bunnies also have a permanent inquisitive expression across their faces. Cute! They’re a huge favourite with bunny lovers in the US.

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![Mini Rex rabbit in a field of flowers]( "Rabbits eat grass, clovers, wild flowers and farm crops. They are also known to eat their own poop!) Rabbits eat grass, clovers, wild flowers and farm crops. They are also known to eat their own poop!

14) To bunny or not to bunny?

Bred originally in France across three rabbit varieties, this bunny was made to resemble the Chinchilla’s coat. Fascinatingly, the resemblance is derived from a mutation in the rabbit’s hair pigment. Yay, science!

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Baby Chinchilla bunny
Rabbits and Chinchillas are of different species and cannot interbreed. The Chinchilla bunny however, looks a lot like a Chinchilla, but with longer ears! Image credit: Ruben Alexander/Flickr

15) Plushy bunny!

These Holland lop bunny rabbits are soft, sweet and could be easily mistaken for a plush toy! Due to their non-aggressive nature, these bunnies are perfect for first-time rabbit owners as well as children – just be sure you don’t lose them amongst the stuffed toys!

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One real bunny in a row of stuffed toys
These sweet-natured bunnies are great with kids.

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