Key: UPRIGHT / NORMAL

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    MikeScone

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    OK, your bunny has "regular rabbit fur"... let's look at the color(s) of the fur.

    Is the rabbit the same color all over? That is, the fur is all the same color, although it might be a bit darker in some spots and lighter in others, but there isn't a very obvious pattern of different colors or markedly different depths of the same color.
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    If so, Click here to go to UPRIGHT EARS / NORMAL FUR / SOLID COLOR

    Is there a regular pattern of different color fur or markedly different depth of color? For example, are the ears, nose and feet one color and the body another? Or is there a regular pattern of stripes or spots?
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    If so, click here to go to UPRIGHT EARS / NORMAL FUR / PATTERN

    NOTE: If the bunny is mostly white, but has random areas of color, that's called "Broken", and it's not a pattern which can help identify the rabbit. Many breeds of rabbit come in broken colors. This bunny is Broken Black:
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    If your bunny has broken color, or none of the patterns seem to fit, click here to go to UPRIGHT EARS / NORMAL FUR / OTHER
     
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