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Jackrabbits are not actually rabbits, but are hares. Hares are born with fur and are larger than rabbits. They usually have taller hind legs and longer ears.

There are five species of jackrabbits, all found in central and western North America.

These super speedy animals are capable of reaching 40 miles (64 kilometers) an hour. They have powerful hind legs that can propel them on leaps of more than ten feet (three meters). They use these leaps and a zigzag running style to evade their many predators, including coyotes, foxes, wolves and even bears and eagles.

Farmers consider jackrabbits to be pests because they hop into fields and eat valuable crops. Unfortunately, jackrabbits are often killed for crop protection. Their populations are stable and not in need of protection.

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The scientific name for black-tailed jackrabbits is Lepus californicus. The scientific name for white-tailed jackrabbits is Lepus townsendii.

Jackrabbits are mammals, and because they eat plants, they are called herbivores.

They can live for one to five years in the wild.

They can get by on very little water.

Jackrabbits are about 2 feet (61 centimeters) long.

They weigh 3 to 9 pounds (1.4 to 4 kilograms).

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Black-tailed jackrabbits are the most common jackrabbit species in the western United States. They live in deserts, scrublands, and other open spaces, including farms. They can consume very large quantities of grasses and plants—including desert species such as sagebrush and cacti. They have black streaks on their tails and black-tipped ears.

White-tailed jackrabbits are found in the plains, farmland, and mountain regions, though they also inhabit wooded areas. They are slightly larger than the black-tailed jackrabbits. Their fur turns completely white in the winter. They are hearty eaters and can consume over a pound (0.5 kilograms) of grasses, shrubs, or bark each day.

Jackrabbits produce a lot of young called leverets or bunnies. Females give birth to several litters a year, each with one to six young. The young mature quickly and require little care from their mothers.

Reference from:http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/



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