Ensure ears are flattern towards the back of the head before sleeping. Over time this will cause the ears to pin back naturally and gradually loose size over time.
Without a surgical procedure ... no!
Your ears and nose never stop growing.
Do you want to make them bigger or smaller?
Arctic Foxes have smaller ears because they need to retain heat. They live in cold weather so their bodies naturally need to be smaller to retain heat and their ears are smaller because they lose body heat through their ears, therefore if their ears are smaller less heat is lost and they will not be as cold.
They have smaller ears to conserve heat. Foxes from warmer areas have larger ears to help dissipate heat.
No usually the smaller the rabbit the smaller the ears it really depends on the genes.
Maybe get double piercings, that way your ear size won't be focused on as much. If you don't consider that, just wear your hair over your ears.
No, their bodies are much smaller, thus their ears are also much smaller than the average full-grown elephant
NO. Babies have OBVIOUSLY smaller ears than YOU do now..
Animals may have smaller ears because they live in cold environments and heat is lost through your ears
Foxes are smaller, have bigger ears, bushier tails and are solitary, however wolves are larger, have smaller tails and ears, and live in packs.
Make your bread dough and roll one part into a large circle. Rolle two others into smaller circles. The smaller circles should be much smaller since the ears are too small. Place the large circle on a baking pan and place the two smaller ones in the position for the ears. Let the dough rise until doubled. Bake as your bread recipe directs and then decorate with food coloring.
African elephant have larger ears and Indian have smaller ears.
No, because they have smaller ears and thier ears have feathers around them.
Indian elephants are smaller and have smaller ears.
No, they have smaller, but hairy, ears to help conserve heat.
Small ears reduces heat loss.It would appear that the species of bears that have the smallest ears are in the coldest climates and are more prone to fighting each other. Smaller ears are much less sensitive to cold and provide a smaller target in a fight. Although their ears are small, their hearing is still acute.
Don't trust the name of this flying mammal!The long eared bat actually has smaller ears than you think! Much smaller...
this is my answer: some elephants live in dense forest and if the elephants' ears are very big, the ears will obstruct its movement through the dense forest
Modern elephants ears' act as a cooling system for their entire bodies...blood is pumped through the ears, which dissipate heat into the air around them. Since Mammoths lived in colder climates, they would not need ears of this size. In addition: Living in freezing conditions, without smaller ears able to be covered by the fur, the ears would be subject to frostbite.
The amplitudes of combining waves make a smaller wave or no wave at all so your ears don't get hurt.
Some kangaroos do have long ears. The kangaroo's ear length varies according to its species. The ears of large species such as the Red kangaroo, Eastern Grey or Western Grey can be up to 11 cm long. However, quokkas, which are smaller members of the kangaroo family, have much smaller rounded ears.
Differences in genes can cause smaller than usual ears. They run in my family for instance.