What breed are my bunnies?

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Abbie Marsh

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I adopted 2 rabbits a few months ago and I'm curious to know what breed they both are. Can anyone help me out? They're approximately a year old and both weigh just over 4lbs. IMG_20190801_174314_721.jpg IMG_20190818_154637_832.jpg IMG_20190801_093204_000.jpg IMG_20190826_204052_943.jpg IMG_20190818_154637_833.jpg IMG_20190805_193649_589.jpg IMG_20190817_124023_621.jpg
 

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The black one looks to be a silver martian mixed with something smaller, ( I'm not 100% ) on this but someone else may have some input. The other one looks like lionhead (for sure) and possibly Dutch with the pattern and weight, but could be pure lionhead with the Vienna gene and over show weight by a few ounces
 

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I'm sorry I can't help you on the breed question but omg those are freaking adorable bunnies! Your lionhead bunny has gorgeous coloring!!
 

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The black one looks to be a silver martian mixed with something smaller, ( I'm not 100% ) on this but someone else may have some input. The other one looks like lionhead (for sure) and possibly Dutch with the pattern and weight, but could be pure lionhead with the Vienna gene and over show weight by a few ounces
Thank you so much for your reply it's helped a lot! I had done a bit of research online and thought she could be a silver marten but she has lots of brown patches on her back so she's definitely crossed with something else.
 

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The one is a lionhead mix

The other looks like a Silver Fox (assuming you're in the UK, note: that's a different breed than what we call silver fox here in the US. The Silver Fox in the UK most closely resemble the Silver Marten in the US. There is no breed called Silver Marten in the UK). The brown patches on her back are because of old coat, not actual color. They're likely to go away next time she molts. Though it is still likely she is a cross, as many breeds come in that color.
 

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