Meet Herman: a 22lb, 3ft rabbit that is more than half the size of its owner.The giant bunny amazed onlookers at a Berlin food and agriculture fair -they first thought it was a giant cuddly toy.
Herman is one of a breed called the German Giant. Most grow to a maximum of 18lb, but Herman just kept growing.Owner Hans Wagner, who raised him on a diet of vegetables, vitamin supplements and hay, keeps Herman in a specially built, solid oak hutch.
A spokesman for the German Rabbit Breeders’ Association told The Daily Mail: “They are good natured, reliable and calm. They are, however, because of their size, not very suitable for children.”