lop-eared


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lop-eared

Having ears with a folded down or drooping upper border.
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The effects of Acacia karroo supplementation on meat quality measurements of the Xhosa Lop-eared goat breed
The modern improved Welsh pig can be traced back to an indigenous white lop-eared breed kept in Wales for as long as records exist.
QMy daughter's lop-eared rabbit seems to have really long front teeth.
The two-year-old lop-eared rabbit has been looking for a new home for 10 months; SERGEANT This cheeky wee budgie, in the Lanarkshire centre, was found flying about the streets; SOPHIE A friendly mongrel, aged nine, from Ayrshire, she has been looking for a home for two months; CLYDE In Ayrshire, Clyde is just one of a number of rats looking for a home.
Instead, her family raised lop-eared rabbits, so she and her younger sister Hope would load the babies into a wagon and set up shop on the corner.
And Beany, the baby lop-eared rabbit, and his friend Bobo, a Netherland albino dwarf rabbit, are still looking for a home.
SUMMER is a four-year old lop-eared rabbit who would make a perfect pet.
Surely if I kept at it, sooner or later one of those exasperating lop-eared bucks would be mine.
To me it looks like the face of a lop-eared rabbit with ears at half-mast.
Pieces of his shattered car are scattered on the ground, next to a stuffed Eeyore and a lop-eared bunny.
IT'S IN THE NATURE OF WRITERS to love their stories, all their stories, even the lop-eared, runt-of-the-litter stories that for mercy's sake should be stuffed into a sack and heaved into a swift-moving stream.
Offered under its Copco brand, new novelty shapes for kettles and matching carafes include a white cat and lop-eared bunny.