Ok first off I don't have any, but I heard about it being possible. Honestly it sounds a little odd to me, but I was hoping that someone had a picture of it, and has some information on how exactly it was bred into mice. I'm just very curious.
One such mutation (there are probably others) is designated "short ear" and is known in labs. I am unsure if this is the variant that people in the US (and elsewhere?) have, but it's a bit difficult to find information on.
If you search for earlessness and mice, you will find, if your searches are anything like mine, a lot of sites with pictures a mouse growing a human ear on its back, so be warned (they're pretty gross-looking).
I actually already searched it, and got the mouse growing ear thing. lol I honestly wonder if they grew one on a non hairless mouse, if you could get a hairy ear. If so i could see it getting turned into a look >.< humans with cat, or dog ears like in some manga/anime. That would be pretty bad...and poor mousies :[
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