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Are you wanting to get a bunny, but don’t know what color you want? There are so many colors, or “varieties,” within the Holland Lop breed. Scroll down to see photos of a ton of different Holland Lop colors, and a basic description of each!
The Self Group
"Self" describes a rabbit that is one of the 6 solid colors. Look below to see these colors.
Black rabbits will be a solid black color throughout.
Blue rabbits can range in shading, from a lighter grey color to a dark slate color.
Solid chocolate can come in multiple different shades - it can be a dull/soft brown color, or a much more rich brown color.
Lilac is a dilute Chocolate. It is a beautiful, light dove grey color.
Blue - Eyed White (also causes the Vienna mark gene)
Blue-eyed white rabbis will be solid white throughout, with bright blue eyes. A ruby/purple cast to the eyes can be caused by Chocolate or Sable - based colors in their lines.
Ruby/Red - Eyed White
Ruby-eyed whites are white throughout with red eyes. We do not breed this color here at Whisper Lops.
The Agouti Group
Chestnut (black-based, non dilute)
Black - based chestnut has the "wild rabbit" look to it. It is brown with ticking, and if you blow into the coat, there will be "rings" in the fur.
Opal (blue based /dilute black chestnut)
Opal is a ticked grey color, and can range from a light grey color to a darker grey color, with tan points and belly.
Chocolate chestnuts are a ticked, rich tan/brown color.
Lynx (dilute Chocolate chestnut)
Lynx is a stunning, light tan color with goldish/cream tips and belly.
Chinchilla (black based/non dilute)
Chinchilla rabbits are a ticked, dark grey color, with lighter grey tips/belly. They also have rings in their fur.
Squirrel (Aka Blue chinchilla - dilute Black chinchilla)
Squirrel truly is beautiful - it is a very light, ticked grey color, with lighter grey tips/belly.