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hare

see lepus.

calling hare
see pika.
hare fibroma
a poxvirus disease of hares, caused by a leporipoxvirus, characterized by the formation of fibromas.
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It will see more than 100 unique pieces of art in the form of three-foot tall hares on four-foot plinths.
The hares, along with five wood pigeons, were found on Tuesday during a search in an establishment in Menoyia, near Larnaca, owned by a 40-year-old man.
I believe Mr Rimington is most likely a hater of red-coated gentlemen and is more interested in maligning them than improving the lot of the hare, or the fox for that matter.
If they can bring out things like save the red squirrel why not the same for the hare or any animal that is in danger of been wiped out?
On average, one hare dies every five races, and it commonly takes over 30 seconds for the hare to be killed.
The hare is also a shy animal and largely nocturnal, which means the best chance of seeing their courting rituals is in the early morning or just before sunset.
My interest in Alexander Hare originated from repeatedly coming across him in my research in his pre-Borneo days as a merchant in Malacca (6) and owner of vessels that were captured in piratical attacks.
Hare numbers have declined steadily for 30 years in the area and are now extinct.
Snowshoe hares are named for their large, furry feet, which allow them to run and hop across deep snow.
In an effort hoped to bolster hare numbers where they've sagged or disappeared, and to increase their potential as a game species, the Board closed the snowshoe hare hunting, except for WMUs 2F, 2G and 3A, at its April quarterly meeting.
Saltholme nature reserve is inviting Teessiders to see its "Mad March" hares up close.
Shiner Wild Hare gives our brewers the opportunity to now share a great ale with our fans.