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Black-tailed Jackrabbit keeps a close watch on its behind

These big-eared denizens of the Great Plains don’t usually want to pose for pictures. Occasionally you come across one that will pose and such was the case on this morning in July.

I kind of find these guys a bit disturbing. They are really quite big and not near as cute as you typically envision a rabbit to be. 😉

Also called the American desert hare, these jackrabbits have a wide range across the western United States where they can be found at altitudes ranging from sea level to 10,000 feet. Here in Colorado, they are pretty common on the plains.

A Black-tailed Jackrabbit keeps close watch from among the grasses of the Great Plains.   (© Tony’s Takes)

A Black-tailed Jackrabbit keeps close watch from among the grasses of the Great Plains. (© Tony’s Takes)

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