Czech Red rabbit

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Czech Red Rabbit (male)
Czech Red Rabbit (female)

The Czech Red (in Czech language "Český červený králík") is a domestic rabbit breed from what is now the Czech Republic. It was officially recognized in 1959. It weighs about 2.50-3.20 kg. The colour of the hairs is gray or red-brown. It has been selected by Theodor Svododa from Modřany in 1940. There are about 150 officially registered animals bred. The male has a semi-arch body and the female has a commercial body.

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