The rabbit is a Forrest rabbit. These change to winter fur that is white. The color is for camouflage against larger predators and there for white for the winter snow
The same as snow....lol.....white
No, they do not change color, other than in the Winter, when they get covered by snow.
Be able to change color when snow falls
for better camouflage , depending at the seasons !
A snow rabbit is commonly found in the north because it's fur changes from brown to white when it's winter.
Snowshoe hares change color with the season. They turn brown in the summer and white in the winter. The color change helps to camouflage the hare all year round. If it should snow before the rabbit turns white, the brown coat would make them stand out against the white snow.
They shed there summer coat off and grow a snow-white coat. This helps them camouflage when predator are near.
It depends. The snow hare will change the color of its fur when it changes from winter to spring.
Wild rabbits are usually brown or a dark color. Snow hares are white in winter to blend in with the enviroment. If you are talking about domestic rabbits then it depends on the breed. There is a variety of colors!
SNOW of course!
It is better camoflage against the snow to be white in the winter months.