What is a female hare called?
A female hare is called a jill.
yes a female rabbit is called as hare
Hare females are called doe not hare! hare is a compleatly different species! i concure. A female rabbit is a called a "doe," just like a female deer. (Sometimes a female rabbit is called a "jill," but that's not very common.) Female rabbits are "does", males are "bucks" and the babies are "kittens" (kits).
A male rabbit is NOT a hare. A hare is another species of animal. Male rabbits are bucks and female rabbits are does.
Like a deer, a female is called a "doe".
No a hare is a rabbit but a grown female horse is called a Mare.
A female hare is called a doe. Female rabbits are also called does.
A female hare is a doe
Female Arctic Hares are called 'does', just like the female of any other species of rabbit, deer, elk, moose, or hare.
A doe is a female deer or antelope (or rabbit, hare, hamster, mouse, squirrel, gerbil, giraffe)
If it's a baby, a bunny. If it's older, it could be called a doe. If it's a hare, it's a leveret.
there is no book called the hare and the tortoise but there is a book called the tortoise and the hare
A baby hare is called leveret...
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female. The nouns for a male hare are: buck, jack The nouns for a female hare are: doe, jill
A male hare is called a buck or a jack
The child of hare (bunny) is called a bipine hare.
An heiress. But how is that an animal question? Perhaps the questioner means a HARE? A female hare is a doe. A male is a buck, just like cervines (deer).
a baby hare is cald leveret A baby hare is called a leveret.
hare hare yukai is the ending song of an anime called "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya"
THe arctic hare live tundra
A male hare is called a buck or jack.
A young hare is called a leveret.
A young hare is called a leveret
A hare less than one year old is called a 'leveret'. fred
A baby hare is the exact same as a bunny
It would still be hare, like sheep or fish.
Hare, rabbit, bunny. Aren't they all the same?
it is called a hare
a large rabbit Hare.. It's a type of rabbit i suppose.
They are called Leverets
It depends on the animal. For most animals, the female is a doe. This includes male deer (stag), antelope, hamster, gerbil, squirrel, hare, rabbit, mouse, or rat. For a buck kangaroo (boomer, jack) the female may be a flyer, jill, doe, or roo. (A male moose is not normally called a buck, but a bull, and the female is a cow.)
A hare is Another species. Similar but not the same. A male rabbit is a buck.
"Hare" is Hara in the vocative, meaning.."Oh Hara"...it's calling out to Hara, the female aspect of God. Krishna refers to the masculine aspect of God, whom is all attractive. Hare Krishnas actually practice Gaudiya Vaishnavism, a monotheistic denomination within Hinduism, a tradition that goes back 5000 years. They became known as Hare Krishnas because they chant the Hare Krishna maha mantra. Chanting the names of God is said to invoke a higher state of consciousness… Read More
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a hare is basically a wild rabbit so if you breed a hare with a rabbit it would make no difference because it would still be a rabbit
The whiteshoe hare is also called the snowshoe hare. It has large hind feet that allow it to move across snow. They change from brown in summer to white in winter.
A male hare is called a jack or a buck.
The March Hare is named after the saying 'as mad as a March hare'. The phrase is thought to originate from a time when it was believed that hares acted in a crazed fashion owing to excessive friskiness brought on by the mating season.
Young rabbits are called "kits" (based on the word "kitten") regardless of gender. The group or litter of baby rabbits can be called a "kindle." Young hares (under a year old) are called "leverets" regardless of gender. Adult male rabbits and hares are called bucks. Adult female rabbits and hares are called does.
Rabbit or hare.
Internal fertilization occurs and than the female pregnant. Then, she gave birth to the baby.
There is no such thing as a "cald leveret". A leveret is a young hare or rabbit, generally under the age of one year. I believe you picked up the phrase from an answer that said "a young hare is cald leveret" - "cald" is a misspelling of "called" and the answer should have read "a young hare is called a leveret".
Jamie? Jean? Crystal? Kourtney? Christian? Heather? Kristi? Kagen? Carrie? Maria? Dolly? Which female name would you like put there?
Baby rabbits are called "kits" or kittens. A baby hare is called a leveret.
They were simply known as Tortoise and Hare in Aesop's fables. In Walt Disney's silly symphony cartoon (1935) the names were Max Hare and Toby Tortoise. Why was he called toby tortoise??
Young hares are called "leverets."
A hare's home is known as a form.
Homonynm (hom a nim)
University of Fort Hare
During the winter months, a snowshoe hare has white fur with gray trim. During the summer months, it is brown. It is called the snowshoe hare because of it's large back feet.