Chinchilla rabbit

Chinchilla rabbit

a rabbit whose silky coat closely resembles that of the real Chinchilla laniger; popular for fur and meat, as well as exhibition.
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The experiment was carried out on Chinchilla rabbits with chronically implanted electrodes in cortical structures and hippocampus.
Effect of concentrate levels of the production performance of Soviet Chinchilla rabbits.
A total of twenty-four (2-3 months old) Chinchilla rabbits of mixed sexes weighing 0.
There's a story that Lockley wanted to breed chinchilla rabbits because their pelts would have been worth more.
The Skokholm rabbits include an unusual black specimen and some with longer fur and spots on their heads, which probably date from Lockley's failed entrepreneurial efforts to raise Chinchilla rabbits, the reason why he went to Skokholm.
Thirty one chinchilla rabbits were divided into four groups.