The world’s biggest bunny, a continental giant rabbit named Darius, measures at over four feet long and is the proud papa of Jeff, another giant rabbit who is predicted to grow even larger than his father during his last six months of growth. Their human, Annette Edwards, told the Daily Mail that she is looking forward to the day that Jeff grows bigger than his dad.
As soon as I think he’s made it, he’ll be measured by his vet and then Guinness will certify that he is the biggest rabbit in the world. Even though they’re so big, they are very low upkeep. They really do look after themselves most of the time. They run free in the garden during the day and at night go to sleep in their cosy crates. They never make a mess and actually would be great house rabbits. Although when they start to moult at the end of the summer, they need a good daily brush. And being the world’s biggest rabbit, and his son, they’ve got a giant appetite to match. But it’s actually good for them to be eating hay all day long – to keep their teeth and digestive system healthy.