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Old 09-26-2017, 12:42 PM   #1
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This is Jack Skellington. I adopted him on Saturday from the humane society and brought him home Sunday morning. His cage paper said 5 weeks but his adoption papers said he is 8 weeks. So he's somewhere between there. He was surrendered with two other rabbits. Both adults apparently they didn't know one was pregnant or didn't tell the humane society as saturday night the doe gave birth to more babies. Each of the rabbits were in separate cages but the adults both appear to English lops as their ears were longer than other lops. I assume he is one as well but can't be sure. What do you guys think.


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100% not an english lop. Im betting the adults werent either.
English lops ears are so big and long they actually drag on the ground.
http://wildpro.twycrosszoo.org/S/0ML...nglish_Lop.htm


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He's cute whatever breed he is, and looks like he certainly enjoys snuggles, which is always a bonus.
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100% not an english lop. Im betting the adults werent either.
English lops ears are so big and long they actually drag on the ground.
http://wildpro.twycrosszoo.org/S/0ML...nglish_Lop.htm
Both the adults had ears dragging on the ground.
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Old 09-26-2017, 11:46 PM   #5
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English lop ears are very very different from french or holland or mini lop ears even if those breeds touch the ground as well.
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English lops are really big bunnies (about 3 times bigger than a holland lop) with very long ears dragging on the floor. If you've seen the adults, they are not hard to recognize. He's very cute no matter the breed ^^.


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