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    • Hares in Estonia Laura Liisa Lankei Kadrina Keskkool 7.a
    • The Mountain Hare
      • (Lepus timidus) e. valgejänes
    • Fur / Lifestyle
      • Fur : Summer- brown,
      • Winter- white
      • Lifestyle : Sedentary,
      • lonely,
      • forests and bogs.
    • Eating habbits / breeding
      • Eating habbits: Vegetarians- ambrosias, ratoons, bark.
      • Breeding: Running season- from February to June,
      • 2-3 litters,
      • 1-6 levelets each litter,
      • are borned from April to August,
      • levelets weigh 100 grams.
    • Age / opponents
      • Age: Normally 3-4 years,
      • rarely 13 years
      • Opponents: hunters,
      • predators -
      • foxes,
      • lynxes.
    • The European Hare
      • (Lepus europaeus) e. halljänes
    • Fur / Lifestyle
      • Fur: Dull grey from the top,
      • white from below.
      • In winter turns white.
      • Lifestyle: Lives on the fields,
      • meadows,
      • don’t move far away,
      • sleep in a burrow.
    • Eating habbits / breeding
      • Eating habbits: only plants.
      • Breeding: 2-3 times a year,
      • each litter has got 3 levelets.
    • Age / Opponents
      • Age: Normally 6 years,
      • rarely 13 years.
      • Opponents: Predators,
      • crows,
      • ravens,
      • machines.
    • The end