The world of horses in a box
Horses with horns are no stranger to the world of pets, but what about a world where their ears are the size of a cantaloupe?
Horses have ears, and in some cases, they can actually help their owners out.
Here’s a look at some of the world’s most fascinating and beloved animals.1.
Heimdall The heimdalls, or long-tailed hares, are a species of rabbit that can be found throughout Europe.
They have long tails and long ears.
Their ears are so long that they can reach the top of the head, giving them a distinctively long, pointed appearance.2.
Long-tailed HaresLong-tailed heimds are also found throughout the world.
They are a medium-sized rabbit with a long, flat nose, and long, slender tails.
They can be up to 2 meters (6 feet) long.3.
Longtail HaresA female long-tail hare, named Stella, was found on a farm in Australia.
She was about the size and shape of a quarter, and had long, short, and wavy hair.
She had two small ears on each side of her head, and one large one on each ear.
She has a long tail that was as long as her body.4.
Red-faced hareThis rare species of hare is named for its red face.
The red hare was found in eastern Africa, and is often mistaken for a fox.
The animal is usually a female, but males can sometimes be seen.
The species is endangered, and has only been seen in the wild in the eastern part of Africa.5.
Yellow-headed hareOne of the most famous of all the hares is the yellow-headed, or yellow-eyed hare.
These animals have long, dark hair on their heads, and are found in many parts of the planet.
They also have a long nose, making them extremely hard to see.6.
Puffin The puffed-nosed hare and the common puffin are both animals that have long ears and long tails.
The puffs are known as puff-noses because of their soft, round ears.
They were domesticated by Europeans about 200 years ago.7.
Barnyard haresBarnyard hare are small rabbits with a distinctive shape, called a roost, that resembles a small house.
They grow up to 6 centimeters (2 feet) tall.
They typically weigh around 150 grams (4 ounces).8.
Stag The Stag is a large rabbit that is about 2 meters long, and 2.5 meters wide.
They tend to live in woodlands and rocky areas, and will feed on small rodents and rabbits.
They eat rodents and rodents have a natural affinity for the meat of Stags.9.
Barnacle-lipped hareA Barnacle Lipped Hare is a species found in the South Pacific and Japan.
They come in two different colors: black and white.10.
PoodleThe poodle is an animal that has been called the most common and most popular pet in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Its coat is covered with small, red, bristly hairs that grow into the nose.
Its eyes are very small, and its ears are small.
They feed on a variety of insects, and have a keen sense of smell.11.
St. BernardThe St. Bernards, or storks, are very large rabbits with long legs and long necks.
They weigh between 120 and 200 grams (21 to 43 ounces).12.
StorkThe Storks are the largest rabbits of any breed.
They live about 40 to 60 days, and can be kept as pets for up to six years.13.
PomeranianPomersans are small dogs with short, pointed ears that are used to sniff out insects.
They use their ears to sniff around their house, but also can be trained to help them smell the environment.14.
Red foxThis species is a type of red fox found in North America.
It lives in the Eastern U.S. and parts of Canada.
The Red Fox is a member of the genus Canis.15.
Golden retrieverA Golden Retriever is an aggressive dog with a high body weight.
The golden retriever is known for its bold, energetic and playful behavior.
They usually roam freely around their owner, but may also be aggressive toward people.16.
Blue-footed ferretA blue-footed feline, also called a blue fennec, is found in northern Europe and northern Asia.
They may be as small as two pounds (0.6 kilograms).17.
PigeonA pigeon is a domestic pigeon, with a gray plumage and brownish-colored plumage on the back.
They’re known for their bold and friendly personalities.18.