These ears range from short to long and tend to either stand upright and swivel away from a vabbits' vents or will flop over to protect the inner ear when steam is released. They tend to have less protective fur and resemble the ears of horses, cows, and mules.
These ears seem to have large, outward spikes and can have either very little fur or be fully covered. When using their vents, vabbits with this ear type will pin them back to protect the inner ear from the heat given off by steam. Similar to the Spiked Ears mhoat have.
This ear trait gives vabbits a unique type of ear that forms layers of a thick paper-like material that behaves similarly to the protective fluff sometimes seen in their ears. Each layer of this wrapping paper-like material has unique patterns and when it comes into contact with heat it will protect the ear while slowly wearing down and crinkling toward the base of the ear to reveal the next layer.
This ear type is extremely long and droopy, often being as long as the vabbit is tall, and may even drag on the ground. Vabbits with this trait tend to tie up or braid their ears to keep them out of the way and protect the sensitive inner ear from their own steam.
These short, feather-covered ears have a completely covered inner ear and can emote in small ways from folding down to standing upright and rotating as the mhoat wishes. They tend to resemble the tufts seen on owls and other birds.