Arctic Hare

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Arctic hares can run like the wind, see everything around them without turning their heads, and sometimes eat animals instead of leaves – all while looking unbelievably cute.

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Arctic Hares generally live alone, but on occasion they do group together by the dozens or even hundreds, huddling up together for warmth. This picture of two Arctic Hares is taken in Northeast Greenland. Arctic Hare, Wildlife, Pictures, Animals, Group, Live, Image, Photos, Animaux

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.

Because of their eye placement Arctic Hares can see 360 degrees around them without turning their heads. That's awesome, right? Arctic Hare, Winter Snow, Turning, Wildlife, Eye, Awesome, Animals, Animaux, Woodturning

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.

Arctic Hares generally live alone, but on occasion they do group together by the dozens or even hundreds, huddling up together for warmth. Arctic Hare, Wildlife, Group, Live, Animals, Animaux, Animal, Animales, Animais

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.

Arctic hares have a length between cm (not including the tail) and weigh between kg. They can be found in the Arctic, like their name already said. Arctic Hare, Can Run, Wild Life, Winter Snow, Kangaroo, Aesthetics, Cute, Animals, Baby Bjorn

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.

Arctic Hares can run up to 60 km per hour. That's important, because they are prey to Arctic and Red Foxes, Grey Wolves, Canadian Lynx, Ermines, Rough-legged Hawks, Peregrine Falcons, Gyrfalcons, and Snowy Owls. Arctic Hare, Peregrine Falcon, Can Run, Snowy Owl, Red Fox, Rabbit, Wildlife, Bunny, Pets

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.

Arctic Hares generally live alone, but on occasion they do group together by the dozens or even hundreds, huddling up together for warmth. Arctic Hare, Can Run, Wildlife, Animals, Group, Live, Nature, Animaux, Animal

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.

Arctic hares are white, and sometimes brown depending on the location and season. They are cm long, excluding their tail and weigh between and kg. Arctic Hare, Wild Life, Winter Snow, Goats, Seasons, Brown, Cute, Animals, Animaux

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hares dig through winter snows to find sources of woody plants, lichens, and mosses. In warmer seasons they have easier access to tree bark, roots, berries, leaves, and buds.