I saw this question in many forums and heard breeders discussing the fact that their rabbit changed their sex. In fact, rabbits that have won awards in ARBA conventions such as doo have been shown later only to find out that it is actually a dollar. Does that mean that a rabbit has changed sex?
Amazing in nature, there are some cases where an animal can change its sex. Take, for example, a clown fish. The clowns live in schools. Within this school, the governing structure was female Clown fish. When this clown fish dies, the tallest man in leadership takes up the female and changes gender, including reproductive functions. However, this is a rare occurrence of this type of biological change. In fact, there are even more rare cases of people who have changed sex due to deficiency of 5-alpha-reductase (5alpha-RD-2) or 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase deficiency (17beta-HSD-3) in this strange and rare category of animals that change their sex. A rabbit, a dollar born, will be one dollar in 6 months, will be one dollar a year. A rabbit born as a turkey will be lit and 6 months will be a turkey a year.
At young ages it can sometimes be difficult for experienced breeders and even harder for inexperienced breeders to have rabbit sex. The majority of the "sexual changes" of rabbits are actually the result of rabbits, incorrectly breed by the breeder. We have rarely made this mistake. You can usually trust a breeder who has been breeding for several years.
There are other factors that can contribute to a misguided rabbit. A dollar with a split penis will often be sexually like a wig. Using unreliable rabbit sex techniques often leads to errors. Soon we will have an article on how to properly have rabbit sex.
The bottom line is that it is genetically impossible for a rabbit to change the gender. The next time you hear this, remember that it is not a proper sexual rabbit