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Definition of Hare


US English version

Rabbits and Hares, common name for certain small mammals of the Leporidae family. Although the names "rabbit" and "hare" are sometimes used interchangeably, in zoological terms the species called rabbits are characterized by the helplessness of their offspring (which are born naked and blind) and by their gregarious habit of living in colonies in underground burrows. Furthermore, a typical hare is larger than a rabbit, and has longer ears with characteristic black markings. Hair texture is woolly.

Uses: Felting.



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Definition of Hare


UK English version

Rabbits and Hares, common name for certain small mammals of the Leporidae family. Although the names "rabbit" and "hare" are sometimes used interchangeably, in zoological terms the species called rabbits are characterized by the helplessness of their offspring (which are born naked and blind) and by their gregarious habit of living in colonies in underground burrows. Furthermore, a typical hare is larger than a rabbit, and has longer ears with characteristic black markings. Hair texture is woolly.

Uses: Felting.



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