Specific Types of Rabbits & Hares

This is a companion webpage to a 42eXplore project on Rabbits & Hares from eduScapes. Arranged in the index below are links to over a hundred websites on specific types of rabbits and hares. If you want to learn lots more about rabbits and hares, be sure to visit the main page.
 
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Amami Rabbit (a.k.a. Ryukyu Rabbit or Amami Hare): (1) Pentalagus furnessi: Amami Rabbit,
Ryukyu Rabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Amami Rabbit from Animal Info, (3) Amami Rabbit - Pentalagus furnessi from United Nations Environment Programme, World Conservation Monitoring Centre, (4) Amami Rabbit
Antelope Jackrabbit: (1) Antelope Jackrabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Antelope
Jackrabbit from eNature, (3) Antelope Jackrabbit, (4) Lepus alleni from The Animal Diversity Web, (5) Antelope Jackrabbit Lepus alleni from Arizona Highways Online,
Arctic Hare: (1) Arctic Hare from the Canadian Museum of Nature, (2) Lepus arcticus: Arctic Hare
from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) Arctic Hare (Lepus arcticus) from Discover The Outdoors, (4) Arctic Hare Lepus arcticus from ESPN Outdoors, (5) Arctic Hare from Enchanted Learning
Arctic Hare (a.k.a. Tundra or Beringian hare): (1) Lepus othus: Arctic, Tundra, or Beringian Hare
from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Arctic Hare from America Zoo
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Black Jackrabbit: (1) Lepus insularis: Black Jackrabbit from The Animal Diversity Web
Black-tailed Jackrabbit: (1) Black-tailed Jackrabbit from Texas Parks & Wildlife, (2) Lepus
californicus: Black-Tailed Jackrabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) Black-tailed Jackrabbit from The Mammals of Texas, (4) Black-tailed Jackrabbit from eNature, (5) Black-tailed Jackrabbit from Animal Tracks of Humboldt County, (6) Black-tailed Jackrabbit from Blue Planet Biomes, (7) Black-tailed Jackrabbit - Lepus californicus, (8) Black-tailed Jackrabbit from America Zoo
Brown Hare (a.k.a. Cape hare): (1) Lepus capensis: Brown Hare, Cape Hare from The Animal
Diversity Web, (2) Brown Hare, (3) Brown Hare from America Zoo, (4) Brown Hare from Boreal Forests, (5) Cape Hare from Africa Home, (6) Cape Hare Lepus capensis from ESPN Outdoors,
Brush Rabbit: (1) Sylvilagus bachmani: Brush Rabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Brush
Rabbit from eNature, (3) Brush Rabbit from Animal Tracks of Humboldt County, (4) Brush Rabbit (Sylvilagus bachmani)
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Cottontail: (1) Cottontails from The Johns Hopkins University Press
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Desert Cottontail (a.k.a. Audobon's cottontail): (1) Desert Cottontail from DesertUSA, (2)
Sylvilagus audubonii: Desert or Audubon's Cottontail from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) Desert Cottontail from The Mammals of Texas, (4) Desert Cottontail from Texas Parks & Wildlife, (5) Desert Cottontail from eNature, (6) Desert Cottontail - Sylvilagus audubonii, (7) Desert Cottontail from America Zoo,
Domestic Rabbit (a.k.a. European or Old World Rabbit): (1) Oryctolagus cuniculus: Domestic Rabbit
from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) Domestic Rabbit: Oryctolagus cuniculus from The CyberZoo, (4) European rabbit: Oryctolagus cuniculus from BBC, (5) Rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus from The Mammal Society, (6) Old World Rabbit form America Zoo, (8) Rabbits from Chafee Zoological Gardens of Fresno
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Eastern Cottontail: (1) Here Comes Sylvilagus floridanus, Hopping Down the Bunny Trail by J.
Kadkey from New Jersey Pinelands, (2) Sylvilagus floridanus: Eastern Cottontail from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) Eastern Cottontail from eNature, (4) Cottontail Rabbit from Nebraska Wildlife, (5) About the Cottontail Rabbit from Cottontail Rabbit Hunting, (6) Eastern Cottontail - Sylvilagus floridanus, (7) Eastern Cottontail from Georgia Wildlife
European Hare (a.k.a. Brown hare & Common hare): (1) Jack Rabbit (European Hare) from Aliens
Explore Earth, (2) Lepus europaeus: European Hare, Brown Hare, Common Hare from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) European Hare from eNature, (4) European Hare in North America, (5) Brown hare: Lepus europaeus (Includes video clip) from BBC, (6) Brown Hare Lepus europaeus from The Mammal Society, (7) Conserving the Brown Hare
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Hare: (1) Hares from Alaska Department of Fish and Game, (2) Hares from Enchanted Learning,
(3) Hares, or Jack Rabbits from The Johns Hopkins University Press
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Jack Rabbit: (1) Jack Rabbits: Genus Lepus from DesertUSA, (2) Jack Rabbit from World Book,
(3) Jack Rabbit from Enchanted Learning
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Marsh Rabbit: (1) Sylvilagus palustris: Marsh Rabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Marsh
Rabbit from eNature, (3) Marsh Rabbit from Carolina Biological, (4) Marsh Rabbit from Discover the Outdoors, (5) Marsh Rabbit from Georgia Wildlife, (6) Lower Keys Marsh Rabbit
Mountain Cottontail: (1) Sylvilagus nuttallii: Mountain Cottontail from The Animal Diversity Web,
(2) Mountain Cottontail from eNature, (3) Sylvilagus nuttallii (Mountain Cottontail), (4) Mountain Cottontail from Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
Mountain Hare: (1) Lepus timidus: Mountain Hare from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Mountain
Hare: Lepus timidus (Includes video clip) from BBC, (3) Mountain Hare Lepus timidus from The Mammal Society,
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Pygmy Rabbit: (1) Pygmy Rabbit from the Sierra Club, (2) Brachylagus idahoensis: Pygmy Rabbit
from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) Pygmy Rabbit Brachylagus idahoensis (Includes video clip) from Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, (4) Pygmy Rabbit from Pacific Biodiversity Institute, (5) Pygmy Rabbit from Discover the Outdoors, (6) Pygmy Rabbit from The Johns Hopkins University Press
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Red Rock Hare: (1) Pronolagus rupestris: Red Rock Hare from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Red
Rabbits from The Johns Hopkins University Press
Riparian Brush Rabbit: (1) Riparian Brush Rabbit from eNature, (2) Riparian Brush Rabbit from
Endangered Species Recovery Program, (3) Riparian Brush Rabbit (Sylvilagus bachmani riparius), (4) Riparian Brush Rabbit - (sylvilagus bachmani riparius),
Riverine Rabbit: (a.k.a. Bushman rabbit): (1) Bunolagus monticularis: Riverine Rabbit, Bushman
Rabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Programme Gives Hope to Endangered Riverine Rabbits from Cape Nature Conservation, (3) Riverine Rabbit from Animal Info, (4) Bushman Rabbit from The Johns Hopkins University Press
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Snowshoe Hare: (1) Lepus americanus: Snowshoe Hare from The Animal Diversity Web, (2)
Snowshoe Hare from The Wild Habitat, (3) Snowshoe Hare from Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, (4) Snowshoe Hare from Canadian Wildlife Service, (5) Snowshoe Hare from Illinois State Museum, (6) Snowshoe Hare from World Book, (7) Snoeshow Hare from eNature, (8) Denali Snowshoe Hare (Video clip) from Joy Elementary School in Fairbanks, (9) Snowshoe Rabbit from Blue Planet Biomes, (10) Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus), (11) About the Snowshoe Hare from Snowshoe Hare Hunting, (12) Snowshoe Hare from America Zoo
Swanp Rabbit (a.k.a. Water rabbit): (1) Sylvilagus aquaticus: Swamp or Water Rabbit from The
Animal Diversity Web, (2) Swamp Rabbit from eNature, (3) Swamp Rabbit from Georgia Wildlife, (4) Swamp Rabbit from The Mammals of Texas Online, (5) Swamp Rabbit by M. Barbour, (6) Swamp Rabbit from Discover the Outdoors,
Sumatra Short-eared Rabbit: (1) Nesolagus netscheri: Sumatra Short-Eared Rabbit from The
Animal Diversity Web, (2) Sumatra Short-eared Rabbit from The Johns Hopkins University Press, (3) Sumatran Rabbit from Animal Info, (4) World’s Rarest Rabbit by J. Kastner from Cabinet Magazine Online,
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Tres Marias Cottontail: (1) Sylvilagus graysoni: Tres Marias Cottontail from The Animal Diversity
Web, (2) Tres Marias Rabbit from Animal Info
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Volcano Rabbit (a.k.a. Zacatuche rabbit): (1) Romerolagus diazi: Volcano Rabbit, Zacatuche from
The Animal Diversity Web, (2) Volcano Rabbit from America Zoo, (3) Volcano Rabbit from Animal Info, (4) Volcano Rabbit from The Johns Hopkins University Press, (5) Volcano Rabbit from Mexico Information, (6) Volcano Rabbit - Romerolagus diazi from United Nations Environment Programme, World Conservation Monitoring Centre
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White-sided Jackrabbit: (1) Lepus callotis: White-Sided Jackrabbit from The Animal Diversity Web
White-tailed Jackrabbit: (1) White-tailed Jackrabbit from The Royal British Columbia Museum,
(2) Lepus townsendii: White-Tailed Jackrabbit from The Animal Diversity Web, (3) White-tailed Jackrabbit from eNature, (4) White-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus townsendii by B. Johner, (5) White-tailed Jackrabbit, (6) White-tailed Jackrabbit from Discover the Outdoors, (7) Lepus townsendii (White-tailed Jackrabbit)
Wood Rabbits: (1) Sylvilagus transitionalis: Wood Rabbit from The Animal Diversity Web
  
  
 
Created by Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson, 3/03.