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The Satin Angora is a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long, soft, and lustrous fur. The Satin Angora is a small to medium-sized rabbit, weighing between 2-3.5 kg. They have a compact body, with long ears, and a wide head.
The Satin Angora's fur is its most distinctive feature, it is long, soft and has a satin-like sheen. The fur comes in a variety of colors such as white, black, blue, chinchilla, chocolate, and smoke pearl. This breed requires regular grooming to maintain the condition of their fur, as their fur tangles easily, which can cause matting if not groomed properly.
The Satin Angora is known for its docile and friendly nature, making them a great pet for families with children. They are also known for their good wool production and are commonly used in wool spinning and felting. They are also good pets for people with allergies as they do not shed their fur as much as other breeds.
The Satin Angoras are a fairly new breed, created by crossing a Satin rabbit with an Angora rabbit, and are not recognized by all rabbit organizations. They are relatively new, and their popularity is growing.
Please note that the Satin Angora is a different breed than the traditional Angora rabbit, which is known for its very long wool and also requires a lot of grooming and care.