Meet the Huge Balls of Fur Known as Angora Rabbits, and Grab Hold of their Giant, Puffy Hair

    What's inside all that hair? A beautiful little rabbit, I think. (Designtaxi.com)Try picking up this ball of fluff. (Designtaxi.com)Betty Chu holds her rabbits and wears a sweater made from Angora rabbit wool. (Ncag.Blogspot.com)If I saw a bunny with hair this big hopping down the street, I'd run. (Oldhaus/Wikimedia)

    Meet Betty Chu and her remarkable Angora Rabbits. Ms. Chu breeds these rabbits from her home in California. She grows the rabbits and grooms their hair. Her bunnies have won many awards.

    The Angora Rabbit comes from Angora, Turkey. It is one of the oldest domesticated breed of rabbit. Its long, soft wool is often used to make sweaters.

     

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