I can't believe this gigantic ball of fur with a nose is an animal

This giant ball of fluff is not an anime character or an alien being for the next Star Trek. It's a real animal—an Angora bunny. I've seen other Angora bunnies in my life, but never anything like this. That beast can't be comfortable, but it must be so comfortable to use it as a pillow.


Precise measurements reveal that this is the world's fluffiest bunny

OK, so we didn't do a scientific study or anything, but this Angora rabbit is one of the fluffiest creatures you'll ever see. It's also been bred by humans for its long fur for a really long time.

The Angora originates from Turkey and is considered the oldest domesticated rabbit. It became popular with French royalty in the mid-18th century, and first appeared in the U.S. in the early 20th century. They're bred largely for their long wool, which is removed by shearing, combing, or plucking.


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