Snowshoe Hare
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Snowshoe Hares

Named for their large, shoe-like hind feet that allow them to walk on the snow, these hares actually change color! They’re white in winter and reddish-brown in summer to blend in with their surroundings. They prefer thick, young forests, where there are plenty of places to hide from predators and food like grasses and flowers. One hare can birth as many as 32 young in a single year, according to the National Wildlife Federation.

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