Rabbit Rabbit! Actually for today's tricksters of nature fact of the day, it's Jackalope Jackalope! The Jackalope (Lepus cornutus) is a medium to large rabbit species found only in small pockets of the Western United States. Contrary to popular belief, jackalope are not the result of amorousness between an antelope and a jackrabbit, but rather they are a unique species of hare with antlers that are only found in the United States. They are masters of camouflage and their ability to blend in so well with their environment is one of the main reasons there are so few actual jackalope sightings. Can YOU find the jackalope in the second photo? #jackalope #natureclub #aprilfools

Posted by Mel Grosvenor at 2021-04-01 12:22:47 UTC