Large Rabbits The breeds on this page are larger rabbits, with adult weights between eight and eleven pounds. Californian The Californian breed has an ideal adult weight of 8 to 10.5 pounds. The fur pattern has a white body and black nose, ears, feet and tail. The eyes are pink or red. Click here for more information on Californian rabbits Champagne D’Argent Champagne D'Argent rabbits have blueish-white fur, with longer jet-black hairs, and a darker slate-color "butterfly" on the nose. The ideal adult weight for the Champagne D'Argent is 9 to 12 pounds. Click here for more information on Champagne D'Argent rabbits. Harlequin Harlequin rabbits have markings that look like a medieval jester - a face split down the middle, with alternating darker and lighter body stripes (colors go right around the rabbit's body) or bars (bars are offset on one side of the body and the other). The ideal adult weight for a Harlequin is 6.5-9.5 pounds. Click here for more information on Harlequin rabbits. New Zealand The New Zealand is 9-12 pounds in adult weight. The ARBA approved colors are Black, Red, White and Broken (white with black or red markings). The back is curved evenly from the base of the ears to a peak at the hips, then smoothly down to the tail. It has "flyback" fur - if you stroke the fur "backward" (tail to head), it returns quickly to a flat position. Click here for more information on New Zealand rabbits. Silver Marten Silver Marten rabbits have dark fur with white on the belly, chest, underside of tail, insides of legs, feet, chin, nostrils, eye circles, inside of ears, and a silver triangle at the nape of the neck. There may be some silver hairs around the white areas. They have an ideal adult weight of 6-9.5 pounds. Click here to go to the Silver Marten page.