lop-eared


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lop-eared

(of animals) having ears that droop
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The dehydrated lop-eared pet was spotted in Brighton by a passer-by who took the creature to the Loving Hut vegan cafe.
Montgomery is a lop-eared rabbit who befriends the field rabbit Bentley; together they go in search of a legendary raspberry patch.
Indianapolis, IN, December 15, 2015 --(PR.com)-- When a lop-eared rabbit named Montgomery falls through a hole in a fence, drawn to a field rabbit, he discovers a whole new world.
Q: MY lop-eared rabbit has recently recovered from mites in his ear canal.
Having cajoled me into buying a caravan I was easy prey when it came to getting a lop-eared rabbit called Minky.
Like a lop-eared, skull-faced version of the Mayan Calendar, his constant proclamations of impending doom are hardly the sort of thing you want to hear during an Easter egg hunt.
Ever since I had to get rid of my rescued lop-eared buck, Thumper, I had a desire to get another bunny.
The 33-yearold breeder and mum of two from Cwmbran has 10 English lop-eared bunnies, 15 Himalayan rabbits, two Belgian hares, a silver rabbit and one Dutch rabbit.
Ragu is a cheeky young male brown lop-eared rabbit.
The lighter, "Harlequin" coloured female lop-eared rabbit has been named Pebbles and a black female from the same breed has been called Prya.
karroo, there are no studies which have been done to evaluate its effect on meat quality measurements of Xhosa lop-eared goats.
Lop-eared Lily Agnes had earned some renown as a runner with victories in the Northumberland Plate, the Ebor Handicap and the Doncaster Cup, but she was not much of a looker and was known to have a wind infirmity.