Is this the world's biggest rabbit?

Continental Giant rabbit Ralph weighs nearly four stone.
Continental Giant rabbit Ralph weighs nearly four stone. Photo: ITV Daybreak

A rabbit that weighs nearly four stone is believed to have reclaimed his crown as the world's biggest bunny.

Four-year-old Ralph, who tips the scales at 3st 8lbs, first held the title in 2010 before being overtaken by a fellow Continent Giant.

His owner Pauline Grant told ITV's Daybreak he gets through a diet including cabbage, broccoli, cucumber, carrots, watercress, and brown bread every day.

Ralph first held the title of world's biggest rabbit in 2010.
Ralph first held the title of world's biggest rabbit in 2010. Credit: ITV Daybreak

The rabbit lives at Sussex Horse Rescue in Uckfield, East Sussex and Ms Grant said:

"We've got over a hundred rescued horses and donkeys but there's a huge interest in Ralph!"

It seems Ralph's massive weight is helped by his genes, his mother was also a Guinness Book of Record holder for biggest rabbit.