When Ebani told people she had found a rabbit that was invisible, they thought she was joking. When she went on and explained how the rabbit could also be as big her, people started worrying about her. But, nonetheless, Ebani put other rabbits in a cage with the "invisible rabbit" and carried on with her life in the small plot of land.
39 years later, invisible fur is a niche but prized fur in Tiel. Ebani's grandkids take care of the farm now, which has grown substantially in size since then. Unlike with normal rabbits, impossible rabbits need a lot of space to grow. This is because when they become frightened, they swell in size (and become visible).
Ebani and Agoki, the rabbit whose existence was "impossible"Despite much mockery in the beginning, Ebani's efforts were soon rewarded. She started selling furs in the market from the "impossible rabbit" (which she so named because people had remarked that such a rabbit could not exist). Her furs were either invisible, but clearly fur of good quality, or the fur of a rabbit, but three or four times larger than what a normal rabbit's skin could even grow to be.
NeedsImpossible rabbits do not really have needs much different from those of other rabbits. They eat more when they are enlarged, but in the farm, they do everything in their power to avoid them getting spooked, so this is not a common occurrence. The farm's needs are quite different, however. The cages for the rabbits need to be a lot larger than usual, and a lot stronger, since impossible rabbits are stronger when enlarged. They also need protection from thieves and other jealous farmers, who are bent on getting one of these magical rabbits to themselves. The farm also needs a special slaughterhouse, where to kill the rabbits in a quiet environment, or in a reinforced environment.
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