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Wanted to sketch some jack rabbits to break away from the fat little dwarf ones I usually draw, it’s crazy how big their ears can be!

Wanted to sketch some jack rabbits to break away from the fat little dwarf ones I usually draw, it's crazy how big their ears can be!

West Texas Jack Rabbit | kodisattlerphotography | Flickr

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"Just let your heart lead and your feet will follow, and we'll bound and leap like a gentle breeze. Bound and leap like a zephyr set free...

Black-tailed jackrabbits (Lepus californicus) are widespread on the western plains of North America.

hare, (genus Lepus), any of about 30 species of mammals related to rabbits and belonging to the same family (Leporidae). In general, hares have longer ears and longer hind feet than rabbits. While the tail is relatively short, it is longer than that of rabbits. The vernacular names hare and rabbit are frequently misapplied to particular species. Jackrabbits of North America, for example, are actually hares, while the hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus) of Nepal and India is a rabbit, and the…

Summer Hare | Flickr - Peter Denness I'm not sure if he looks sad or evil.  So skinny!!!

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How do rabbits move? | Reference.com

Rabbits generally hop using a gallop-style gait, during which the back paws land together in pairs forward of and outside of the front paws. They use this gait whether they are moving quickly or slowly. Rabbits will also walk when carefully exploring a new area.

A hare's rear end, lol.

Black-tailed Jackrabbit (Lepus californicus) in the desert landscape near Buckeye, Arizona. The size of the ears is really noticeable in this image. [Press "L" or left click to view on black] 9 March, 2012. Slide # GWB_20120309_2249.CR2

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