Hopping into Tunian: Meet the world's biggest and smallest bunnies!

Do you know that the world's biggest rabbit is about the size of an eight-year-old child while the weight of the smallest wild rabbit is even lighter than that of two iPhones? Watch the video to learn cool facts about the world's biggest, smallest bunnies!

About the 'Hopping into Tunian' series:

Can rabbits drink water? Should you pull a rabbit's ears? What are the world's largest and smallest rabbit species? 2023 is the Year of the Rabbit, or Tunian, on the Chinese lunar calendar. For Spring Festival, we at CGTN Nature are presenting a new series, "Hopping into Tunian," to share funny stories about our buck-toothed buddies.

For more: 

Hopping into Tunian: China: Hares, yes. Rabbits, no.

Hopping into Tunian: Why is the rabbit in the Chinese zodiac?

Hopping into Tunian: Legend has it that rabbits are...

Hopping into Tunian: Is water life-threatening to rabbits?

Hopping into Tunian: Never hold a rabbit by its ears

Hopping into Tunian: A rabbit's tail is not a pom-pom

(Video edited by CGTN's Zhao Ying; Cover image designed by CGTN's Yu Peng)

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