Wednesday, December 8, 2010
The Dutch rabbit has a distinctive coloring pattern that you see in other animals as well. It has a white triangle pointing upward from the nose to in-between the eyes. The front half is also white while the rest of the head and the body is a solid color (except the back feet are 1/3 white starting at the toes). The color varies from jet black, to brown, tan, chocolate, and other colors. Follow the link to see pictures and learn more.