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Arctic Hares

One of the most unique features of the Arctic Hare is its coat which molts twice a year, with its summer coat brown to match the shrubby plants and rocks and its winter coat white to camouflage in the snow and ice. This species of hare can be found in hillsides and rocky plateaus, of Northern Canada and Greenland. In this category, there are questions relating to the Arctic Hare’s structure, occurrence, adaptation, etc.

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What is the home of a hare called?

A hare's home is above ground and called a 'nest'. The indentation made in the nest by the hare's body is called the 'form'.

How do you remove rabbits from you lawn without hurting them?

Step 1: First you will need a dog that chases rabbits. Attach the dog to a lead and follow it as it chases the rabbit down the rabbit hole.

Now that you have established where the rabbit hole is keep this in mind for later.

Step 2: Take a bag of carrots (approx 8 carrots) and slice leangth ways into quatars.

Now go back to the rabbit hole with the carrots and start stabbing carrots into the ground every 3 or 4 feet in a line towards the fence. Outside the fence leave more carrots.

Step 3: Watch the Bait, as the rabbits leave the hole towards the pile of carrots outside the property sneak up with a spade and fill the rabbit hole with dirt.

Step 4: Step 4 is a bit tricky but by far the most important step. You will need to follow the dog around and catch some of his urine in a cup. Once you have the dogs urine poor this over the dirt on the rabbit hole. This will discourage the rabbits from coming back. Human urine will also work but the dogs urine will be much more effective :)

Why does the arctic hare have small size ear?

They have smaller ears than an average hare because if they were normal sized - the frost would bite them and they'd freeze, then fall off.

Are snowshoe hares endangered?

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I don't think so.

No. The snowshoe hare is still a common species.
no it is not it is lc (least concern) if they where endangered so will bobcats snow shoe hares are their favorite prey bobcats are also lc Do you have any data to substantiate your comments?

How long do Arctic hares live?

Arctic hares live for about 4-6 years.
4-6 years

What is the growing life cycle of bunnies?

For the cycle of a bunny go to www.debmark.com/rabbits/bunnies.htm

Do hares lay eggs?

Hares are mammals. All mammals give birth to live young.

Are Arctic hares nocturnal?

No, they are not. Arctic hares can be seen in daylight. They rely on their white winter coat to blend into the snow. Unlike rabbits, arctic hares don't burrow underground dens. So they need to be able to spot and escape from an approaching predator.

Are there such things as snow rabbits?

yes there is a such thing as a snow bunny they are white and live were ever snow is.

What do you call a baby hare?

A baby hare that is 1 year old or younger is called a leveret (leverets for plural).

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A hare is a type of rabbit. So like a baby rabbit, it would be called a kitten (or kit). I know this sounds weird, but it's true.

Kitten (or kit) is the names for rabbit infants, not hare infants.

Hares are not a type of rabbits. Hares and rabbits are both leporids (members of the Leporidae family), so they are related, but they are distinct animals.

What are the adaptations of a snowshoe hare?

The snowshoe hare has a number of adaptations that enable it to survive in its environment.

Also known as the snowshoe rabbit, its hind feet are large and covered in thick hair that prevent it from sinking into the snow.

The colour of its coat changes with the seasons. During the warmer seasons, its fur is brown in colour, to better blend in with its environment and help keep it hidden from predators. In winter, once it starts snowing, the coat turns white.

The snowshoe hare also changes its diet with the different seasons. In summer it will feed on ferns, leaves and grass, while in winter it will feed on tree bark and twigs.

What are snow bunnies?

they are bunnies that can survive in snow. in summer,their coat turns brown to hide from predetors and short to keep cool. in winter,their coats turn white to hide from predetors and long to keep warm. anything else u would like to know e-mail me at narissa@eamotorsports.com

Do Arctic Hares have babies?

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

Yes they do. They are called leverets and are born live.

How did rabbits evolve?

When they reach lv 20, they undergo puberty by flashing random colors and change their form

Is an Arctic hare a consumer?

Yes, all animals are consumers. Only plants are producers.