The Snowshoe Hare, also called the Varying Hare, is a species of rabbit found in the northern areas of North America. It is called the Snowshoe Hare because of it's large hind feet, which help prevent the hare from sinking in the snow when walking, running or jumping. During the summer the hare is a dull brown, but in winter the hare turns white to help camouflage it in the snow. In summer the hare feeds on plants such as grass, ferns and leaves; in winter, it eats twigs, the bark from trees, and buds from flowers and plants. It will occasionally steal meat from baited traps.
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