arctic hare


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arctic hare

a large hare, Lepus arcticus, of the Canadian Arctic whose fur is white in winter
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Arctic hares have much smaller ears than their relatives in warmer climates to prevent them losing heat.
ENERGETIC Andrea Masala is mesmerising as the Arctic hare
Arctic hares and snow leopards climb to the peaks during the winter where it's colder.
WINTER TALES An Arctic hare will be dancing at St Mary's over the festive period
Using scallops and silver eel, mallard and Arctic hare, Nick whips up a mouth-watering array of menus.
The team also logged wildlife such as Arctic hares and foxes, musk ox, and reindeer.
In summer, they may eat Arctic hares, nesting shorebirds and their eggs.
Deadhorse is home to a variety of wildlife, including grizzly bears, polar bears, musk ox, caribou, and Arctic hares, squirrels and fox.
You'll scale heights of up to 3000ft around Highland Perthshire looking for animals such as snow buntings, arctic hares and deer.
What Newfoundladers do promise the CFAs, or Come from Aways, as they call tourists, is the already mentioned scenery, distinctive regional cooking, 60 provincial parks, two national parks, attractive campgrounds, rivers teeming with trout and salmon, whales, seals bird sanctuaries and woodlands where there are moose, caribou, 14-pound Arctic hares and black bears--but no deer, squirrels, snakes, chipmunks, skunks or orcupines.
Set in the middle of a beautiful snowy national park full of wolves, wolverines, foxes, arctic hares and rabbits, the huskies are bossed by a big, handsome, cuddly Pyrenean Mountain dog called Roy.

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