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New Zealand

named after the country, New Zealand.

New Zealand blue lupin
lupinusangustifolius.
New Zealand cattle tick
see haemaphysalislongicornis.
New Zealand red
a bright, red-buff fur rabbit, 7 to 9 lb, with a harsh 1 inch long coat.
New Zealand spinach
tetragoniaexpansa.
New Zealand white
a white-coated, pink-eyed, 10 lb meat rabbit, also commonly used as a laboratory rabbit with medium length ears and a double chin.
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