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What kind of animal eats a jack rabbit?


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2017-06-03 19:42:18
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The main predators that eat jack rabbits are Foxes and Wild Dogs. Mostly all canines(dogs) eat Jack Rabbits and not as much Felines do(Cats).

Coyotes, wolves, and all large predatory cats eat jack rabbits. Eagles and hawks also eat jack rabbits. Snakes eat jack rabbits, too.


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