Rabbits and hares
Angora rabbita breed of rabbit with long usually white silky hair arctic harea large hare, Lepus arcticus, of the Canadian Arctic whose fur is white in winter Belgian harea large red breed of domestic rabbit coney or conya kind of rabbit or a pika: early term no longer in scientific use hareany solitary leporid mammal of the genus Lepus, such as L. europaeus (European hare). Hares are larger than rabbits, having longer ears and legs, and live in shallow nests (forms) jack rabbitany of various W North American hares, such as Lepus townsendi (white-tailed jack rabbit), having long hind legs and large ears pika or conya rabbit or fur made from the skin of a rabbit rabbit or cottontailany of various common gregarious burrowing leporid mammals, esp Oryctolagus cuniculus of Europe and North Africa and the cottontail of America. They are closely related and similar to hares but are smaller and have shorter ears snowshoe hare or snowshoe rabbita N North American hare, Lepus americanus, having brown fur in summer, white fur in winter, and heavily furred feet ▷ See rabbit
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