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
Kayleigh has also given up her social life to care for her lop-eared pal - who even shares her bed.
Luckily the owners of RAGS (Rabbit And Guinea pig Sanctuary), sisters Lynn and Karen Beasley were in and brought the French lop-eared bunny into the warmth of their Exhall Road home.
We want farmers not only rearing Welsh lamb and beef but putting Welsh pigs in their empty buildings." 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.
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.
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.