- Giant Chinchilla - United States, chinchilla, 10-16 lbs.
- Giant Angora - United States, 10 lbs,
- Giant Havana - Sweden, 10-11 lb rabbit, glossy dark brown rabbit, brown eyes.
- Giant Marburger - Denmark, 10-11 lb, blue rabbit with brown undertones.
- Giant Silver - France, black rabbit with silver tips on hair, 10-11 lb rabbit
- Giant Papillon - 11-25 lb rabbit, Also known as the Checkered Giant. Germany.
- Giant Smoke Pearl - Germany, 8-11 lb brownish rabbit
Germany gives us the German Angora and the German Lop. The Angora is a 5-12 lb rabbit that comes only is solid colours. The Lop is a 6-8 lb rabbit that comes in a variety of colours.
England gives us the Gold Glavcot. This small rabbit has a golden roan coat. This is a rare rabbit that was recreated in the 1960's. There used to be a Sliver Glavcot that has since gone extinct.
Sweden shows up with the Gotland. The Gotland is a medium sized rabbit that comes in a variety of colours. They've been known as a Farm Rabbit since 1881. They have a wide variety of genetic diversity as they have been raised for meat and pelts so mothering ability, feed conversion and health have been very important in keeping them.
The Güzelçamlı comes to us from Turkey. White with chocolate markings, this is a 5-8 lb rabbit.
From the Netherlands comes the Gouwenaar, a blue-grey 5.5-7 lb rabbit with erect ears.
Belgium also gives as a blue-grey rabbit in the form of the Grey Pearl of Halle. It is also known as the Lille Egern.