What are hares?

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Bunny - Differences From Hares
... The most obvious difference between rabbits and hares is how their kits are born ... In contrast, hares are precocial, born with hair and good vision ... cottontail rabbits live underground in burrows or warrens, while hares live in simple nests above the ground (as do cottontail rabbits), and usually do not live in groups ...
List Of Mammals Of Alaska - Pikas, Hares, and Rabbits (Lagomorpha)
... Species More information Range Collared pika Ochotona collaris Snowshoe hare Lepus americanus The snowshoe hare is the most common and widespread hare in Alaska, found everywhere in the ... Snowshoe hare populations are dramatically cyclical, and in peak years there may be up to 600 snowshoe hares per square mi (230/km²) of the animals' range ... The hares are a key food source for Alaska's furbearers, especially lynx, and are also important for human subsistence and recreational hunting ...
Three Hares
... The three hares is a circular motif appearing in sacred sites from the Middle and Far East to the churches of southwest England (as the "Tinners’ Rabbits"), and historical synagogues ... The symbol features three hares or rabbits chasing each other in a circle ... Each of the ears is shared by two hares, so that only three ears are shown ...
Joseph C. Hare - Legacy
... and another stop in Aloha between Beaverton and Hillsboro, were both named for Hare ... Hares Canyon near Buxton was also named for him ... In August 2003, a new state park in the Hares Canyon was to be named Hares Canyon State Park, but the name was later changed to L ...
Hartog V Colin & Shields - Judgment
... a contract into which they entered with him for the sale of Argentine hare skins ... all the discussions there had ever been, the prices of Argentine hare skins had been discussed per piece, and later, when correspondence took place, the matter was always ... little experience of dealing in Argentine hare skins ...

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    The human imagination ... has great difficulty in living strictly within the confines of a materialist practice or philosophy. It dreams, like a dog in its basket, of hares in the open.
    John Berger (b. 1926)