A fast-running, long-eared mammal that resembles a large rabbit, having very long hind legs and typically found in grassland or open woodland
A group of hares or rabbits
A pika (genus Ochotona).
= red rock rabbit.
A large sea slug which has a minute internal shell and lateral extensions to the foot. Most species can swim, and many secrete distasteful chemicals to deter predators
(Chiefly in Germany) a hare traditionally said to bring gifts to children at Easter; a representation of this.
The Arctic hare, Lepus arcticus, which is found in the Arctic areas of North America and has a coat that turns white in winter.
The scrub hare, Lepus saxatilis, found on rocky hills in southern Africa (now rare).
A hare whose coat turns white in winter, found in the arctic areas of North America
Another term for mountain hare.
A hare found commonly in much of Eurasia, though absent from Ireland
A slender clover which has soft hairs around the flowers
A Mediterranean grass with white silky flowering heads and woolly grey-green leaves
A brown hare in the breeding season, noted for its leaping, boxing, and chasing in circles
Another term for pika.
A hare found on the prairies; especially the white-tailed jackrabbit, Lepus townsendii.
A rabbit of a dark red long-eared domestic breed
A dummy hare propelled around the track in greyhound racing
A hare whose coat turns white in winter, found in upland and arctic areas of northern Eurasia. It is the only hare in Ireland
Another term for mara.
A North American hare with large hairy hind feet, fairly small ears, and a white winter coat
The American pika, Ochotona princeps.