This is not a 3-D-animation of a fictional creature, but an actual existing animal: the Angora Rabbit. Is this what happens when we over breed animals? Or, is this the result of having too much time on your hands? Somehow I came across these pictures via this and site which eventually led to this curious source. Apparently there are four breeds of Angora rabbits: English Angora, French Angora, Giant Angora and Satin Angora. English and French were the original breeds, Satin and Giant were introduced in the late 1980s. Check the American Rabbit Breeder's Association's site for more info. See also: Lifestyle Pets, Popple II.

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  • Its soo fluffy im gonna DIE!!

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  • I WANT ONE

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  • WAWWWWWW MIMI I SEZ BIEUROFAUT WAWA

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  • Ty

    @ Catnapper: exactly

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  • Ty

    Sheeeeeeeeeeep. Jeez they must have brushed that thing forever....or just popped it in the dryer. Poor little furball. They should shear it. Then they'd have an expensive sweater and a happy rabbit.

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  • shit! is this some kind of hair design

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  • You know the world is retardational when rabbits start taking steroids! o__0 Seriously, though...That thing freaks me out. But if it was in a pet store, I'd TOTALLY buy it! :D

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  • Actually, there's already a rabbit/hare-themed horror film entitled Night of the Lepus. It's just as amazing as one might imagine.

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  • that is just wrong

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  • for a moment there, i wasn't sure which end of the rabbit i was lookin' at...

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  • Umm,... Theodore, Can you translate that from geek-ez to english?

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  • Man, If Hollywood is gonna do a horror movie, This would be the star!

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  • What did you do put the wet rabbit into the dryer?

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  • Time to develop the horrific theme music - this animal could feature in an enviro-thriller starring rabbits instead of zombies or vampires.

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  • I get it. There may even come a moment that our connection with an industrially manufactured coke bottle may be richer and more mythical than our relation with a genetically analyzed and manipulated rabbit in the woods.

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