The pack of seven donkeys, who live at Norley Farm near Lymington in Hampshire, have been groomed to stop them from getting too hot in the summer weather.
The Baudet du Poitou breed of donkey is incredibly rare; they are now more endangered than white rhinos and giant pandas, with only 50 foals being born each year worldwide.
The rare breed are naturally extremely hairy and are actually not meant to be groomed. Their fur is left to grow into dreadlocks reaching down to the floor.
However, the owner of Norley Farm, Annie Pollock, said: "It's not very nice being sweaty when you are this hairy," and has decided to trim them to prevent irritation.
The breed - originally from France - is thought to be one of the oldest species of donkey in the world. It is believed that they have existed since the Romans were occupying France in 54BC.
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