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A group of hares is called a drove, although they are generally solitary animals,
They are born with eyes open and fully furred.
They live above ground, in a scrape.
Hares are fussy eaters, preferring young shoots.
Young are only fed once every day, usually in early evening.
The young are independent in 3 weeks.
A baby hare is called a leveret.
They can run at over 30 mph.
Boxing hares are usually a female telling a male to get lost.
They have long back legs and black tips to their long ears.
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