How to Draw an Angora Rabbit

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw an Angora Rabbit in 5 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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Below are the individual steps - you can click on each one for a High Resolution printable PDF version.

At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Angora Rabbit.

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How to Draw an Angora Rabbit - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: Your first step in drawing an angora rabbit is the head. Draw a long rectangle with a curve at the bottom for the mouth.

Step 2: Now let's add a little detail to your angora rabbit's face. Draw an oval for the eye with a smaller circle inside of it, a curved line for the nose, and a longer curved line for the rabbit's mouth.

Step 3: Your next step is to draw the ears. Most rabbits have large, long ears that go straight up above their heads. Make sure to draw another oval inside these ears to make them look more real.

Step 4: Next, draw the body. Angora rabbits are very fluffy and have a lot of wool, so you can make your rabbit as thick and puffy as you want it. Draw a big curved shape like you would if you were drawing a cloud.

Step 5: Your last step is to draw the rabbit's front legs. Add half circles coming out of the front of the rabbit's body. Finished? Now you can color your Angora rabbit. These kinds of rabbits can be white, brown or gray. They also have beautiful soft wool that some people use to make clothing. Make your rabbit as big as you want to and color it in!

Interesting Facts about Angora Rabbits

Angora rabbits are native to Turkey. These rabbits are often kept as pets. There are several breeds of angora rabbits: St. Lucian, English, Finnish, Korean, French, Chinese, Swiss, German, Giant, and Satin. They have long wool coats and long ears.

Did You Know?

  • Angora rabbits are known to be very playful, and they love receiving attention from their owners.
  • Angora rabbits primarily eat hay. When they are kept as pets, they also eat pellets.
  • Angora rabbits can choke on their own wool when they try to groom themselves.
  • The average lifespan of an Angora rabbit is 7 to 12 years in captivity. Angora rabbits in the wild have a shorter lifespan.
  • In the 1500s, angora rabbits were called English silk hares.
  • Angora rabbits are social and enjoy being around other animals or pets, especially cats.

In France, angora rabbits became popular pets in the 1800s. The Queen of France, Marie Antoinette, was said to have kept angora rabbits as pets in the late 1700s. In the United States, they started being sold as pets in the 1920s. People breed angora rabbits for their soft, silky wool, which is used to make sweaters. China is the leading manufacturer of angora fiber.