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This article is about the player-owned farm animal. For the teaser NPC, see Jackalope (Player-owned farm teaser).
Jackalope (item).png

Jackalopes are the shiny breed of rabbits that may be raised on the player-owned farm. It is a random offspring that can be obtained by breeding any two rabbits, or by trading with another player. Sparkling, glistening, and radiant traits of the parent offspring increase the odds to obtain a jackalope. As an item it will appear as one of the normal rabbit variants and will say "Shiny!" on the mouseover only in the inventory or bank as the fourth line below gender and above growth stage, and will only appear as a jackalope when added to a pen after growing older than a bunny (pen)/baby (check animal)/child (inventory/bank).[1]

Farming level 17
Pen size Small
Eats Seeds, vegetables, fruits, flowers
Produce 2x Rabbit teeth (176)
Muck Mammal droppings
Breeding cycle
(max cycle)
5 minutes (25 hours)
Breeding success chance (%) 40%
Growth time
Baby Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 12 minutes 21 minutes 27 minutes
Growth check Farming XP
Baby Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 100 175 225
Cured disease Farming XP
Baby Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 5 8.75 2.25
Base sell price in beans
Egg Baby Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 6 31 26 22
Buyer Myfi (rabbit buyer) chathead.png: Chat head image of Myfi (rabbit buyer)Myfi (rabbit buyer)
Last spawn(wrong?) August 21 2019 00:00 UTC ago
Next spawn(wrong?) August 22 2019 00:00 UTC

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 4 February 2019 (Update):
    • Shiny animals now count as a wildcard for trait requests when selling to player owned farm NPC buyers, on top of the existing breed wildcard.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Raven's Twitter account. 12 September 2018. Mod Raven: "Just checking, are you letting the rabbits grow older/ are you mousing over them when you take them out of their inventory. Shinies will look like normal variants until they grow older. If you take them out a shiny one will say "Shiny!" on the mouseover."