H is for Hare #atozchallenge

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A to Z April 2017  Challenge – Animals Birds & Insects Pantoum Poetry

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10 April 2017 H is for Hare

Hares are leporids belonging to the genus Lepus, classified the same family as rabbits
Hares are similar in size and form to rabbits and eat the same diet
They are herbivorous, long-eared, fast runners, typically live solitarily or in pairs.
Hares can move at speeds of forty-five mph, also able to jump over large distances

Hares are similar in size and form to rabbits and eat the same diet
A hare less than one-year-old is called a leveret, a group of hares is a drove
Hares can move at speeds of forty-five mph, also able to jump over large distances
Females, or does, can be found pregnant in all breeding months

A hare less than one-year-old is called a leveret, a group of hares is a drove.
Males, or bucks, are fertile all year round except during October and November
Females, or does, can be found pregnant in all breeding months
A female may have three litters in a year with a 41- 42 day gestation period

Males, or bucks, are fertile all year round except during October and November
Does give birth in a shallow depression or flattened nest of grass called a form
A female may have three litters in a year with a 41- 42 day gestation period
Young can eat solid food after two weeks and are weaned when they are four weeks old

Does give birth in a shallow depression or flattened nest of grass called a form
They are born fully furred, with eyes open, are able to fend for themselves soon after birth.
Young can eat solid food after two weeks and are weaned when they are four weeks old
Sexual maturity occurs at seven or eight months for females and six months for males

They are born fully furred, with eyes open, are able to fend for themselves soon after birth.
Hares eat mainly plant matter, grass, also seeds, vegetable and fruit to fill them up
Sexual maturity occurs at seven or eight months for females and six months for males
They live in simple nests above the ground, and usually, do not live in groups.

Hares eat mainly plant matter, grass, also seeds, vegetable and fruit to fill them up
They are herbivorous, long-eared, fast runners, typically live solitarily or in pairs.
They live in simple nests above the ground and usually do not live in groups
Hares are leporids belonging to the genus Lepus, classified the same family as rabbits.

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