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About half of the population of rabbits live in North America. The male rabbit is called a buck and a female is a doe. Baby rabbits are called kit or kittens. There are different varieties of rabbits: the Cottontail, Desert Cottontail, Brush Rabbit, and Swamp/Marsh rabbits. 

There is a wide range in color in rabbits, browns, grays, and tans. The cottontail has a white top to their tail when they run. They have powerful hind legs that they use to warn others by thumping. Also when alarmed, rabbits will freeze. They are 6-22 inches in length and can weigh up to 4 pounds. A rabbit's lifespan is 8-10 years.   

Rabbits eat grasses and weeds and like to invade gardens. They are most active in early morning and dusk. Rabbits live in groups and nest underground except for the cottontail, which nests above ground. Rabbits breed several times a year and they will have 2-9 kits per litter. Kits are blind and hairless when born.

Hares differ from rabbits in that their young are born with fur and can see. Young hares are called leverets. Hares are larger than rabbits and can weigh more than 10 pounds. Hares also live in nests above ground like the cottontail. They live by themselves and only come together to mate. Hares will also eat twigs and other woody things along with grasses and vegetables. Types of hares include snowshoe hare, artic hare, black-tailed jackrabbit, and white-tailed jackrabbit.

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