The antelope jackrabbit (Lepus alleni) is a species of North American hare.
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Lepus alleni, the antelope jackrabbit, is found mostly along the western coast of
Mexico, but also in southern Arizona in the United States. In Mexico, antelope ...
The black-tailed jackrabbit (left) and antelope jackrabbit (right) are often seen
idling or running together in Arizona and Mexico, where their ranges overlap.
Descriptions and articles about the Antelope Jackrabbit, scientifically known as
Lepus alleni in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summary; ...
There are three species of Jackrabbit of significance. The Black-tailed Jackrabbit
and the White-tailed Jackrabbit and the Antelope Jackrabbit.
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His cousin the Antelope Jack Rabbit (Lepus alleni) prefers to live in the ...
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Antelope Jackrabbits are nocturnal and crepuscular, and almost never vocalize.
They are probably the fastest runners of their genus, with a top speed of 72 km ...
The Antelope Jackrabbit, or Lepus alleni, is generally found within the Sonoran
Desert of southern Arizona and in the coastal sections of northwest Mexico.