Nearly all wild rabbits share the same light brown color scheme. This color is ideal for camouflage in the animal's natural habitat. The different colors seen in domestic rabbits are the result of lots of selective breeding. Here is just a taster of what's out there. You can look in our Rabbit Breed Guide to find out about all of the different rabbit breeds and colors.
Speckly, browny-grey - the color found in wild rabbits
A pink-eyed, white rabbit
All black and beautiful
Think Alice in Wonderland and Jefferson Airplane (although you’re probably too young to remember the latter!)
Gorgeous pastel tones
More of a bluey grey, really
A delicious shade of brown
The kind of lilac-grey you see in pigeons
Similar to the 'agouti' coloring but with all of the brown hairs turned into white giving the rabbit an almost metallic look
Any colored rabbit with a white belly
A dark version of 'agouti'
A white rabbit with red eyes and colored ears, nose, legs, feet and tail
A white rabbit with colored markings on the nose, ears and back