Top 10 Fluffiest Animals in the World

 Silkie Chicken:This bird, also called the Chinese chicken, has been bred for hundreds of years and is admired for its fluffy, delightfully soft, and silky plumage.

Samoyed:The Samoyed stands about 18 to 22 inches high at the shoulder and weighs between 50 and 65 pounds.

Ruffed Lemur: It is the largest member of the Lemuridae family, with a body length of 39 to 47 inches and weight from about 7 to 9 pounds.

Ragamuffin Cat:The fur of this cat is quite similar to that of the Angora rabbit in its fluffiness. It is a big and robust cat with a sweet personality.

Poodle Moth:These are the silkworm moths, and the adults are also typically white, fluffy with huge black eyes and feathered antennae.

Giant Panda:The panda’s fur is mostly white, though it has those black pom-pom-like ears atop its round head, small eyes surrounded by black eye patches, a black nose, a black shoulder saddle, and black arms and legs. 

Chinchilla:This medium-sized rodent also evolved its fluffy fur to live in a harsh climate, this time the cold heights of the Andean mountains of western Chile.

Bichon Frise:This pert little dog has a double coat, which gives it the appearance of an animated collection of cotton balls. Its fur is soft, silken, and grows in soft curls all over the body. 

Angora Rabbit:There are about 11 breeds of Angora rabbit, and they range from the petite 4 pound English Angora to the fittingly named Giant Angora, which weighs at least 12 pounds .

Abyssinian Guinea Pig:The Abyssinian guinea pig is bred for its fluffy fur, which grows over the body in interesting whorls that are called rosettes.

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