Czech red rabbit

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The Czech Red Rabbit ( Czech Český červený králík) is a small (2.5-3.2 kg), monochrome red-brown rabbit breed from the Czech Republic . The Czech red rabbit was bred by Theodor Svoboda from Modřany (near Prague) from yellow “stable rabbits” using tan rabbits . After he first introduced the breed in 1950, it was recognized in 1959. There are around 150 officially registered bred animals.

The genetic formula of the Czech Red Rabbits is AA bb CC DD GG y3y3 .

Similar races

In terms of size and color, the Saxon gold rabbit largely corresponds to the Czech red rabbit, the red New Zealand rabbit has the same coat color, but is significantly larger and heavier at 4–5 kg.