Please Assist - Breed ID

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Lamar3738

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Hello! I'd love help with breed ID'ing my beautiful girl Graysie. We adopted her in 2016 and she is a silly, animated girl who loves to eat and snuggle her husbun. But we have no idea what breed she is, ive looked around many rabbit websites trying my best. Here are her stats: :bunnyhop:

Age: around 6

Gender: Female, fixed

Weight: around 13 pounds

Fur and color: white and grey, short hair. not velveteen, silky

Eyes: Brown

Ears: Large and upright

Length: I used an average keyboard to give proper perspective of her size while she was eating. She is also next to my lionhead rabbit in some photos. When she is fully stretched out (either relaxing or putting her front paws up on the cage for some treats she can stretch 27 inches from nose to tail )
 

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Zass

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She's definitely a mixed breed.
The color is magpie, with possibly some kind of white marking gene showing on her face. Tbh, there may be no harlequin breed in her.
She's bit larger than an average new zealand, which I've seen throw a lot of harli and magpie colored kits, but so can rex, french lops, large chinchilla, flemish giants etc.. If mixed with the right rabbits.
Hybrid vigor sometimes causes mix breed kits to grow larger than their parents too.

Honestly, I think the best you will get for breed would be pure guesses and conjecture, as there are too many mixes that can produce a rabbit that size and colors. (No arba recognized breed can, however.)
Something larger mixed with something fancier would be my absolute best guess. :lol:

She sure is pretty though. <3
 

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I agree with Zass. Looks like a mixed breed. Can't tell much beyond that. The harlequin gene needed to make magpie (her color) could come from many different breeds, not just the Harlequin breed. The white on face might just be part of the magpie pattern a well.
 
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