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White-Tailed Jackrabbit

The white-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus townsendii) is an iconic species in North American grasslands, sagebrush steppes, and shrub lands. This species has a wide distribution range extending from Canada to Mexico and is found in numerous habitats including deserts, prairies, pastures, agricultural fields, and residential areas. White-tailed jackrabbits are an important component of the food chain …

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Black-Tailed Jackrabbit

The black-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus californicus) is a species of hare native to western North America. This remarkable animal has adapted well to desert and semiarid environments, exhibiting an impressive range of survival strategies against predators such as coyotes and foxes. As its numbers have decreased due to habitat loss, it’s become increasingly important for us …

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How Do Wild Rabbits Survive?

Rabbits are among the most common mammals found all over North America. Wild rabbits have short life spans as they are prey to various predators. They also face harsh environments, and this article will tell you about some of the difficulties they face in the wild. Rabbits are prey animals with many predators. Rabbits survive …

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