Angora?

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Cosima

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Lastly tempers fur has became weird in a good way. It is almost like he has a short bottom coat and then a really long and thin top coat I guess that it is called a doable coat (does a doable coat exist for rabbits?). It might be angora or lionhead fur but I have never seen ether rabbit breed so I don’t know. The really weird the is that lily had a short coat and mus’s fur is only slightly longer. Does mus’s fur and temper’s fur looks similar to you?
 

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The light colored rabbit definitely has a lot of long guard hair. The wool of an angora coated rabbit is downy and kinky/wavy, the guard hair looks like regular hair. Since angora type wool is a recessive gene it is possible to have two "normal" coated rabbits produce an angora.
 

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