World's Biggest Rabbit and It's WAY Bigger Than You Think


The giant animals belong to Annette Edwards, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, in the U.K. The 63-year-old woman spends about $5,500 feeding them each year. If you think that's an astonishing price tag, consider this: Jeff and Darius eat 2,000 carrots and 700 apples yearly, as well as a dog-bowl-size serving of specialized rabbit food daily, and a bale of hay each week. Despite their hearty appetites, Edwards says her pets are "totally chill."

They sleep in her garden in crates meant for large dogs and love attention from children. But these two aren't the only pets in Edwards's family. She also owns Sally, another Continental Giant and Jeff's mom, as well as a boxer dog named Kay (who became best friends with Jeff).

She expects the youngest rabbit to outgrow his father very soon, explaining that "Darius was always big, but Jeff is huge considering he's still a baby."