SCIENTISTS AGREE: This Is The World’s Fluffiest Bunny

Today, in awesome stuff on the Internet: this fluffy bunny, a blizzard of white wool with only the faintest traces of a face (oh, it’s there though, you just have to work for it).


Where did it come from? What does it like to do? How can we get one ourselves? Did it eat the abominable snowman? Can I sleep on it like a beckoning pillow cloud? These are the questions that keep us up at night.


We do know that it’s an Angora, one of the most popular rabbit types. Popular with French aristocrats in the 18th century, Angoras have long been bred for their long, soft wool, which is sheared and in turn, developed into wearables like scarves, mittens, hats, and sweaters.


We think this guy needs a nickname! Leave your suggestions in the comments below! Funniest answer wins a fist bump and a modest does of Internet notoriety!

All pics via Rite Mail. (h/t The Pet Collective)

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