Printed on the back of the card is the following breed description:
"~ White Mini Uni-horn Bunnylopes ~
These small, single horned Bunnylopes are native to Ireland and are almost always found in groups. This is not only because they are very social creatures, fond of cuddling together in furry little heaps, but also for safety reasons. They are so small that individually they would make easy prey for all sorts of predators, but working together as a warren they can be quite dangerous. They possess extremely sharp teeth and have been given nicknames like “Cailgim Clúmhach” (Gaelic for fluffy-bite-mes) or “Furry Piranhas” but never attack unless first strongly provoked. They are good at hiding, but very fond of flowers, so if searching for them one should start by looking under daffodils or by clusters of lilies of the valley where they do their best to blend in."
Blank, Folded Card - 4.25 by 5.5 inches, A2 size
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