new member in da house...rasa-rasanya apa lagi lah tetamu yang baru lagi dalam rumah ni ya..
well as everyone knows...kami satu family ni memang pecinta haiwan kan...kecuali ibu lah...walaupun suka gak tapi stil ada rasa geli-geli dia masih belum hilang lagi..hahahah
for today i want to introduce to u guys..some already know this kind of BAKA in rabbit tree and species..some will teruja with my story that i want to tell u now..teruja kah!? (O___o)..haha
jom...sekadar berkongsi kan...sharing is caring..
so sebenarnya dalam malaysia ni dah banyak dah dan macam-macam jenis rabbit yang keluar masuk..even ramai tau penggemar2 rabbit-rabbit baka dari luar ni sanggup berhabisan wang ringgit semata mata untuk dapat many kinds of baka rabbit ni tadi dan semuanya comel2 belaka ok, i see one myself..not one lah but too many..so untuk ANGIN tahun ni...our family welcome 2 NETHERLAND DWARF in our house..MasyaAllah sangat100x comellll..
Ibu dan Muhammad Syamil bagi nama JASON untuk male (coklat) and LAURA for female (kelabu)..this species boleh dikatakan smallest rabbit species in the world....actually Jason and Laura ni anak kepada the real Netherland Dwarf yang diimport dari US oleh tuannya yang asal ( penggemar species ni )..kata dia untuk Induk ja male and female each dekat Rm3000 untuk kos bawa dari US ke malaysia...sangat2 teruja dengan cerita dia dan laura and jason ni kira malaysian la sebab lahir kat sini..hahaha
masa melawat dua2 rabbit ni kat rumah tuan dia...tengok macam-macam colour ada....comel2 banget!!! wahduh...welcome home for both..we will take a good care for both of u...InShaaAllah...
harap harap will getting bigger and strongger + pasni nak renovate lagi depan rumah buat taman mini soooo adalah ruang untuk Mini rabbit and Mini button quail saya nanti..hehe
Biggest rabbit species in the world ( Flemish Giant )
Smallest rabbit species in the world ( Netherland Dwarf )
The Netherland Dwarf is a popular breed of domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) originating in the Netherlands. Smaller than most rabbit breeds, Netherland Dwarf rabbits weigh 500 g to 1.6 kg (1.1 lbs to 3.5 lbs) and are usually kept as pets or exhibition animals. They are not typically used as sources of meat or fur because of their small size.(3 in.)
Most rabbits sold in rabbit shows are Netherland Dwarfs, Netherland Dwarf-derived breeds (often referred to simply as dwarf breeds), or Netherland Dwarfcrosses. Their popularity as pets stems from their babyish appearance. A lot of people also use Netherland Dwarfs for showing. Despite being smaller than other breeds Netherland Dwarfs are very active and, as with all rabbits, need a good amount of space to move around and exercise .It is a huge mistake to think that smaller rabbits need less space.
The Netherland Dwarf breed was first produced in the Netherlands in the early 20th century. Small Polish rabbits were bred with smaller wild rabbits, after several generations the resulting animal was a very small domestic rabbit available in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Netherland Dwarfs were first imported into the United Kingdom in 1948. In the 1960s and 1970s the United States imported its first Netherland Dwarf rabbits. The breed was accepted by the American Rabbit Breeders' Association in 1969 using a modification of the British standard.
Early dwarfs, even into the 1970s and 1980s, had fearful and sometimes aggressive temperaments. This was a result of breeders selecting wild breeding animals for their size. The first dwarf rabbits behaved more like these wild rabbits than domestic animals and were not good pets. However, through generations of selective breeding, the modern Netherland Dwarf has become a gentle, friendly pet rabbit, though it still retains a more energetic disposition than larger breeds.
The Netherland Dwarf's head and eyes are disproportionately large with respect to its body, and its ears are tiny and carried high on the head. Additionally, the face is rounded and shortened. You will also find that they have a compact and rounded body. These features, part of the animal'sdwarfism, cause them to look infantile even into adulthood.
Purebred Netherland Dwarfs exist in an extensive variety of colors, including Himalayan, Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac, Smoke Pearl, Sable Point, Tortoiseshell, Chestnut, Siamese Sable, Opal, Lynx, Squirrel, Chinchilla, Otter, Tan, Silver Marten, Sable Marten, Smoke Pearl Marten, Orange, Fawn, Steel, Broken, Blue-Eyed White and Ruby Eyed White. Other colors (including mismarks) exist in non-show-quality Netherland Dwarfs and in dwarfmongrel rabbits.Dwarf crosses frequently retain some of these characteristics, depending on the breed the dwarf is crossed with. However, crosses rarely look as babyish as the purebred dwarfs and are usually somewhat larger.