And here I was thinking rabbits were teensy. Well, okay, non-dwarf rabbits aren't teensy. But they're nothing on Herman, the German Giant:
The mighty bunny weighs a massive 7.7kg, and his ears are a lengthy 21cm – almost as long as most pet rabbits are tall. And he is almost 1m tall.
The German Giant is even big for his breed, which usually tip the scales at around 6kg.
Don't forget to click on the picture to enlarge it, because then you can see all of Herman, including his feet.
The article notes that Herman might be the largest rabbit in the world, but the newspaper article I read on the weekend claims there is also Max, a rabbit living in Britain who is 3kg heavier than Herman.