Rabbits are different in character and temperament, as a rule, they are peaceful animals. But the aggression shown by the rabbit is not a pathology. There are several reasons for this phenomenon.
First of all, pay attention to the conditions in which your pet lives. Rabbits can become aggressive if there is little room for them - they defend their territory. Adult males are especially aggressive. Signs of age-related aggression can be a particular behavior of the rabbit. For example, the animal may spin at your feet before biting. If you purchased a bunny and want it to grow up tame, pay maximum attention to the animal. From birth, the rabbit is a timid creature, and very quickly becomes attached to its owner, especially if the latter adheres to certain rules. Keep in mind that rabbits have poor eyesight - they cannot see at close range. If you want to stroke him, try not to make sudden movements - lower your hand slowly and away from his face. If the rabbit is calm, pet it, but only gently. Keep in mind, an aggressive rabbit can be very dangerous, but these problems are not related to genetic predisposition, rather it depends on the behavior of the animal. The rabbit may be scared or disliked by you, but this is extremely rare. Find out the reason for this behavior. Try to "convince" the animal that you are no danger to it. Do not teach the rabbit by banging a newspaper or hand on its face - this will only worsen the situation. If the animal is in the cage most of the time, and when you try to get it, it bites, it protects its territory. Let the rabbit get out of the cage on its own. Open the cage doors from time to time, wait for the rabbit to come out on its own and do not try to pull it out by force. Rabbits can be very aggressive if they have had negative experiences with people. With this behavior, the rabbit is trying to protect itself - try to identify the cause of the phenomenon. Perhaps he is afraid of a rustling newspaper or a vacuum cleaner. Calm down the rabbit and so that he does not consider you a threat - be good-natured.