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Havana (Havana - Havane)
Italian standard of the cunicule breeds: LIGHT BREEDS CATEGORY.
Weight: 2.7 - 3.0 kg.
This breed was selected in Holland in the late nineteenth century and derives from the Dutch.
Elegant, the body is slightly elongated and rounded. Very thick fur with fluff, leftover hair and plenty of garnet. The coloring is uniformly brown-shiny brown, while the sub-color is blue with a lighter background. The name derives from the color of the coat resembling the color of the Havana cigar.
Excessive head and ears; chest too light; dark, yellowish or blackish color; decidedly gray shades and reflections; white tufts; excessively light, white or speckled undercolor; depigmented nails.
Male of Havana breed (photo of the National Association of Italian Rabbit Farmers ANCI)
Havana breed female (photo National Association of Italian Rabbit Farmers ANCI)
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All aspects related to his presence at home, from hospitalization to feeding, from coexistence with other animals to daily care, from reproduction to his health, are treated clearly and sympathetically.