Blanc de Bouscat

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The Blanc de Bouscat is a large white rabbit originally bred in France in 1906, with Argente Champagne, French Angora and Flemish Giant in its heritage.[1] It is very rare in the UK and considered a breed at risk in France.

It is a recognised breed by the British Rabbit Council,[2] it is not recognised by the American Rabbit Breeders Association.

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  1. ^ Rabbitlopaedia, page 118, ISBN 1-86054-182-8, by Meg Brown & Virginia Richardson
  2. ^ BRC Rabbit Standard Archived April 25, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.