Meet Wally, The Bunny With Wing-Like Ears
A small bunny rabbit has built up a massive following on Instagram thanks to his rather large wing-like ears, which dwarf the rest of his adorably fluffy body.
Wally, who lives in Massachusetts with his owner Molly, the brains behind his Instagram account, is a ten-month-old English Angora rabbit who, despite his young age, has already amassed more than 24,000 followers on the popular photo-sharing app.
"Wally the English Angora Wally and I live in Massachusetts," Molly explains in the account description. "He was born in July 2014, which means we are both Cancers."
"He's a beautiful little creature and a wonderful pet."
Wally's account is full of images of the young bunny rabbit enjoying the good life, lounging around at home, frolicking in the garden, and playing hide and seek.
Molly also posts videos of her adorable, and a recent clip of her pet flopping over was liked more than 2,000 times.
The adorable bunny was also filmed 'making a collage' as he used his teeth to tear through colorful paper and pick up a roll of tape.
"Awww this made my day. I love seeing what that precious bunny is up to everyday. I still vote Wally should have his own tv show [sic]," one fan commented on the video, while someone else added: "So crafty!"
But by far the most popular posts on the account are the videos of Wally flaunting his impressive ear-span, while leaping into the air, be it for fun - or to grab at a piece of food.
One video, which was posted three weeks ago, shows the young bunny leaping into the air in slow motion, while his ears flap slowly around his face.
It was captioned: '"LOOK WHAT I CAN DO!" Wally, how about, "Would you care to see my performance?" "I'm a PERFORMER! WATCH MY PERFORMANCE!" [sic]
The clip, which has been liked more than 1,500 times, has received hundreds of comments from fans, noting how satisfying it is to watch Wally at his happiest.
"I'm obsessed with Wally I've been watching his videos for like an hour now," one person wrote, while another added: "Oh my, this is way too cute!"
While English Angora bunnies are known for having large ears, Wally's appear to be much bigger than the average rabbit's, making him look all the more unique, particularly when he takes to the air.