All bunnies are fluffy, but the Angora rabbit takes the prize for World’s Fluffiest.I mean, look at that thing. Is there even a bunny in there? ‘Cause it looks like a pile of fluffiness with a rabbit face tacked on it.
While there was no scientific study to support this claim (nope – there is no unit of fluffiness), this Angora rabbit is the fluffiest bunny, or creature for that matter, that we’ve seen. The Angora rabbit is a variety of domestic rabbit originating from Turkey, known for its soft and long wool. Angora rabbits were extremely popular pets in the 18th century among the European royalty.Their silky wool is only 11 microns in diameter, making it finer and softer than cashmere.
Angora rabbits 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.
Typical Angora rabbits will live anywhere from 7 to 12 years, and although every specimen is extremely furry, only one can carry the crown of the world’s fluffiest bunny.