That’s a rabbit?

Leslie Hall-Lobato, 13, holds Beast, a 2-year-old English Angora rabbit, while showing him in an intermediate class Friday at the La Plata County Fair. “He’s our mop in the house when we let him run around,” Leslie said. “He picks up everything.” Fair activities continue today at the Fairgrounds and conclude Sunday. Enlarge photo

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Leslie Hall-Lobato, 13, holds Beast, a 2-year-old English Angora rabbit, while showing him in an intermediate class Friday at the La Plata County Fair. “He’s our mop in the house when we let him run around,” Leslie said. “He picks up everything.” Fair activities continue today at the Fairgrounds and conclude Sunday.

Kaleb Lee, 11, plays around with his barnyard mix chicken, which placed second in its category at the La Plata County Fair. Tia Holden, 11, keeps hold of her barnyard mix chicks. Kaleb is the son of Jeremiah and Marissa Lee, and Tia is the daughter of Matt and Kerri Holden. Enlarge photo

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Kaleb Lee, 11, plays around with his barnyard mix chicken, which placed second in its category at the La Plata County Fair. Tia Holden, 11, keeps hold of her barnyard mix chicks. Kaleb is the son of Jeremiah and Marissa Lee, and Tia is the daughter of Matt and Kerri Holden.

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