Darius, the longest rabbit in the world, has disappeared! Children’s news article
Darius, one of the most famous rabbits in the world, has disappeared! the massive, The 4ft 3in long Continental Giant, which has held the Guinness World Record for the ‘longest living rabbit’ since 2010, disappeared from its garden in the village of Stoulton, England on April 10, 2021. Local police , who are frantically searching for Darius, thinks he was robbed in his pregnant on Saturday night.
To help locate the thieves, its concerned owner, Annette Edwards, is offering a £2,000 (about $2,745) reward to anyone with information. In her Twitter appeal, the 68-year-old pleaded for the safe return of her pet, saying the 12-year-old rabbit was too old to breed. “It’s so overwhelming because he’s such a lovely character,” she said. The telegraph.
Although now retired, Darius was once an international celebrity who was insured for $1.6 million and was traveling with a bodyguard. He comes from an impressive line continental giants breaking all records. They include his grandfather Roberto, who was 3ft 6in tall, his grandmother Amy who came in at 4ft and his mother Alice, who at 3ft 3in held the Guinness World Record before Darius took over in 2010.