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Meet Boom, the Pit Bull who Loves Birds and Rabbits

“Boom, a three-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who loves birds and rabbits. He has already acquired a legion of fans on his Facebook page, and who can blame them? He might actually be the cutest pup we've ever laid eyes on (and his little buddies seem to agree). Check out these pics and see if you don't fall in love!” (Photo by Boom)
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01 Apr 2013 10:56:00
Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. (Photo by Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)

Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. (Photo by Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)
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26 Apr 2015 09:06:00


Pensioner Karl Szmolinsky, who raises a breed of rabbits called giant grays, shows Robert 2, an 8.5kg giant grey who is 74cm long and has ears 25.5cm long, in the backyard of his house on January 15, 2006 in Eberswalde, Germany. In November Szmolinsky sold eight giant greys to a delegation from North Korea, whom he said want to raise the breed as a source of meat for the North Korean population. Szmolinsky said his rabbits reach a maximum weight of 10.5 kg (23.1lbs.). (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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23 Mar 2011 10:47:00
Angora Rabbit

The Angora rabbit is bred a multiplicity of house rabbits for its long, soft hair. The Angora is one of the oldest kinds of house rabbits, with origin in Ankara, Turkey.
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09 Oct 2012 08:55:00
Rabbit Island in Japan

Only after World War II did the secret spill: Ōkunoshima, located in the Inland Sea of Japan between Hiroshima and Shikoku, was the top-secret site for manufacturing chemical warfare. When the factories were closed down, a number of exotic wild rabbits were seen freely roaming the island. They were assumed to have been the test subjects for the chemical weapons, which the military failed to eradicate when the factory was demolished.
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17 Feb 2014 12:23:00
Rabbit Sport Tournament

Children watch a rabbit, jumping over a hurdle at an obstacle course the 5th Open Rabbit Sport Tournament (5. offene Kaninchensport Turnier) on August 28, 2011 in Rommerz near Fulda, Germany. Eighty rabbits competed in light-weight, middle-weight and jumping-for-points categories at today's tournament in Rommerz that is based on Kanin Hop, or Rabbit Hopping. Rabbit Hopping is a growing trend among pet rabbit owners in Central Europe and the first European Championships are scheduled to be held later this year in Switzerland. (Photo by Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images)
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29 Aug 2011 14:44:00
Ginny - The Dog Who Rescues Cats

Ginny, a seventeen-year old schnauzer-husky mix from Long Beach, Long Island who was famous for rescuing cats, was killed off by her owner, Philip Gonzalez, on August 25th. At the time of her death she had stopped eating and was incontinent and arthritic.
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06 Oct 2012 12:16:00
The Grand National springs to mind as the yearly highlight of the “sport of kings” – thoroughbred steeds and their brave jockeys triumphing (or failing) over gruelling courses and high-fenced adversity. Here: Rabbit showjumping at an animal fair in Stuttgart, Germany, on November 16, 2014. (Photo by Action Press/Rex Features)

The Grand National springs to mind as the yearly highlight of the “sport of kings” – thoroughbred steeds and their brave jockeys triumphing (or failing) over gruelling courses and high-fenced adversity. And now steeplechase enthusiasts can add another event to the annuls of great sporting occasions, namely the Stuttgart rabbit show jumping. Here: Rabbit showjumping at an animal fair in Stuttgart, Germany, on November 16, 2014. (Photo by Action Press/Rex Features)
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25 Nov 2014 11:10:00