The giant rabbit Darius

The giant rabbit Darius
The giant rabbit Darius is over 130 centimeters long and weighs more than 22 kg. He is the world's biggest, but his son Jeff begins to catch up.

Jeff has six months left before he most likely stops growing, and is already 113 cm long.

The giant rabbits are owned by Anette Edwards and lives in Bromsgrove in Worcestershire, England. The pets are not cheap to hold as the two eat about 2000 carrots and 700 apples a year, giving Anette an expenditure of nearly $5,000 per year.

Edwards says she is looking forward to the day Jeff grows past daddy Darius and becomes the world's biggest rabbit.

- Although they are big, they are the best pets and friends I could have wished for, says Anette.

Both rabbits are quiet and likes to relax, but like most other rabbits, they like to get attention, and they like children.

As soon as Jeff has grown bigger, he will be examined by a veterinarian and then Guinnes will confirm that he is the world's biggest rabbit, Anette hopes.

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